Raleigh, NC Store



Raleigh Store 3141 Capital Blvd, Suite 110
919.876.0707  Fax 919.876.0697
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Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM | Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 PM
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Club Quilt

This was made by members (on carved block) of the NC Woodcarving Association in Raleigh, NC. There are 15 blocks that were carved by members. The blocks are arranged 4x4 and were all done in a North Carolina theme. The piece was raffled off at the show as a fund raiser for the club. Click on the image to see it larger.

Club Quilt
WIDE LUMBER!

Here are some pictures of some very wide boards that the Raleigh store now carries. They are very rare nowadays because of their width. Please call or email the store for prices and more. Click on the images to see them larger.

New
The wide slabs pictured are being sold in a silent auction at the Raleigh store. The proceeds will be donated to a NC woodworking non-profit organization for their outreach program.
The auction will end on Sept 6.
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Apr 3  | Woodcarving Apprenticeship Program (Learn More)

Instructor: Paul Rolfe. This is an on-going class that you can sign up for a month of sessions or up to three months in advance to save money. You are encouraged to take an introductory class before starting this program. In the class, you will be taught the traditional approach of woodcarving using gouges, chisels and a mallet. The first thing you will learn is how to sharpen your tools and then how to use them properly. Eventually, you will be able to work on any project of your choice, receiving instructive input along the way. Please call Paul at the store for more information.

6:30 - 9 pm Every Thursday.

Apr 5  | Intro to Woodcarving (Learn More)

Instructor: Paul Rolfe. This class covers all of the basics. It begins with a brief discussion of all of the different types of woodcarving tools, woods to use and styles of carving. Students will then carve a project and experience first hand how to use knives and gouges properly and safely. Students 11 years old and up are welcome however some youngsters may benefit from having an adult taking the class with them.

9 am - 5 pm. Cost $85.

Apr 10| Woodcarving Apprenticeship Program (Learn More)

Instructor: Paul Rolfe. This is an on-going class that you can sign up for a month of sessions or up to three months in advance to save money. You are encouraged to take an introductory class before starting this program. In the class, you will be taught the traditional approach of woodcarving using gouges, chisels and a mallet. The first thing you will learn is how to sharpen your tools and then how to use them properly. Eventually, you will be able to work on any project of your choice, receiving instructive input along the way. Please call Paul at the store for more information.

6:30 - 9 pm Every Thursday.

Apr 17| Woodcarving Apprenticeship Program (Learn More)

Instructor: Paul Rolfe. This is an on-going class that you can sign up for a month of sessions or up to three months in advance to save money. You are encouraged to take an introductory class before starting this program. In the class, you will be taught the traditional approach of woodcarving using gouges, chisels and a mallet. The first thing you will learn is how to sharpen your tools and then how to use them properly. Eventually, you will be able to work on any project of your choice, receiving instructive input along the way. Please call Paul at the store for more information.

6:30 - 9 pm Every Thursday.

Apr 18| Triangle Woodworkers Association (Learn More)

Monthly meeting of the Triangle Woodworkers Association. Speaker: Garrett Hack, Host: Jeff, Topic: TBA. Meeting begins at 7 pm. Visitors are welcome.

Apr 24| Woodcarving Apprenticeship Program (Learn More)

Instructor: Paul Rolfe. This is an on-going class that you can sign up for a month of sessions or up to three months in advance to save money. You are encouraged to take an introductory class before starting this program. In the class, you will be taught the traditional approach of woodcarving using gouges, chisels and a mallet. The first thing you will learn is how to sharpen your tools and then how to use them properly. Eventually, you will be able to work on any project of your choice, receiving instructive input along the way. Please call Paul at the store for more information.

6:30 - 9 pm Every Thursday.


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Products
  • Abrasives (sandpaper, sanding discs, sanding belts, sanding pads)
  • Bits & Blades for routers, drills, band saws, table saws etc.
  • Books & DVD's on all types of woodworking projects and plans
  • Carving & Turning tools
  • Cabinet making tools, supplies, books and plans
  • Finishing supplies, books and restore products
  • Hardware fasteners, hinges and screws
  • Power Tools, Machinery, Dust Collection machinery
  • Hoses and fittings, Sharpening stones, tools and machinery
  • Safety products, Woods – common and exotic
Services:  Sharpening service on bits and blades.

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