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Epic Woodworking offers YOU

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Episode aired in April 2016


The best way to learn woodworking is project-based, hands in the dust, tools in your grip, calm in mistakes, creative experiences. Our classes offer all this and more. Click here to see current ONSITE and ONLINE CLASSES so you can get started!


Tom’s disarming demeanor and patient disposition come through in the videos, which are both technique and project focused, and not a little fun too! Click here to view FREE VIDEOS and take that first step!


Connecting with like-minded people is satisfying, especially when agenda and expectation are set aside. You will sense this spirit at Epic Woodworking right away. Click here to read TESTIMONIALS from those who have experienced our classes.

Upcoming Events

August 2017
• 7-11:  Pencil Post Bed
• 19:  Woodfinishing Overview

All events at Tom’s shop in Canterbury, NH unless otherwise specified.


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The coffee is on, the shavings are flying  ...it’s just plane fun!

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A great gift idea for your favorite woodworker!

Not sure what to get your woodworking enthusiast? Look no further! Purchase an Epic Woodworking Gift Certificate and give them a woodworking experience they'll never forget. They may even choose a project that fits perfectly in your home! Click the Gift Certificate image below, choose the denomination that fits your budgetand print it up!  Click the certificate image below to purchase.

A glimpse of a portion of the teaching area in Tom’s 3-level, 30x60 shop

Years making furntiure

Custom pieces

Years teaching

Students taught

View a Portfolio of Tom's Work

Everything I know about furniture making I owe to Mr. Pug Moore. He understood the difference between merely good and clearly great work. And that is what I hope to pass on to you.

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