- 83 Ratings
Open Art Workshop
Determine a project you want to work on and have fun doing it. Get some tips and tricks from the pros along the way.
What You Will Do
- Head to an open workshop where you call the shots, coming and going as you please
- Work with a master crafter that will show you step-by-step how to create something fun and unique
- Choose the project that's right for you, opting for anything dealing with wood to making soap
- Get hooked up with all the proper materials and supplies needed for a successful time in the shop
- Open workshop
- 83 Ratings
Lilly was especially fantastic -she tuned into us on the 2nd day to make our experience memorable. Overall we had an excellent time, and will be recommending I Made It to all our friends. We love our beautiful cutting boards!
Tom was very helpful in finishing up my cutting board! Thanks so much!
We are novice woodworkers, so we needed more direction than was provided. Next time, we will be sure to ask what step-by-step process is needed to complete a nice piece in the shop. We did love it though!
Took my 12 year old daughter too try it out and see if woodworking would be an interest for her. We just dropped in without having attended an orientation (which I would highly recommend doing first) 1 hour before they closed. Place was busy with several other people working on projects but they helped us find a spot to work and helped pick a good project for a 12 year old. She was able to try out a compound miter and band saw with some resin application too. Needless to say Kate had a blast and I was fully impressed at how helpful and accommodating the staff were and we are excited to go back and finish the project.
The staff is very helpful even when you make errors.
Francis is a super nice guy and very helpful and I love and respect what he is doing. Unfortunately, I get the vibe that I don't exactly fit the shop's business model for the target demographic. Because of this, I get a feeling they would just prefer I not be around. I am happy to pay for the service/opportunity, but this attitude is fairly off-putting. Including the 1/4" x 8 ft pine board I took home, I paid $45/hr. I think for that price my patronage should be respected if not appreciated. Then again, this place is pretty much the only place in town that I know of where I can access these tools.