you got an old saw hanging on your shed wall, perhaps a
venerable heirloom and a reminder of a family member who is no longer
it be great to take Grandad's old saw and restore and sharpen it so
that it cuts wood like it used to?
this one-day course at Orchard Barn you can learn the skills you need
sharpen that old Saw and put it to work again. The sharpening process
requires patience, mindfulness and attention to detail, but once you've
the steps you need to follow to assess what's wrong with a Saw and put
right, it's not difficult.
previous experience is needed and all tools and materials will be
including old saws in need of restoration. Bring your own saw along for
assessment advice if you wish, but remember, what you will take home
course is the knowledge and understanding of how a saw cuts wood and
make it do that as well as possible.
Barn is entirely off-grid, so bring a flask and a packed lunch and be
to embrace the off-grid ethos of this unique and magical place.
Friday 15th June 2018
Main Tutor: TBC
Number of places: 6
course is for sharpening rip and cross-cut carpentry saws up to
long. To learn more about long saws and specialist forestry saws, come
Sawfest on Saturday 16th June.