Winston-Salem, NC Store

Winston Store
532 Hanes Mall Blvd
(Pavilions Shopping Center)
336.768.WOOD (9663)  Fax 336.768.4224
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Monday - Friday 9 AM - 6 PM | Saturday 9 AM - 5 PM
Sunday 1 - 5 PM
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Calendar of events

Carolina Scrollers
2nd Mon

Carolina Scrollers
Monthly Club Meeting
6 - 8 pm

Hand Cut Dovetails
Oct 19

Hand Cut Dovetails
12:30 - 4 pm

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Max class size: 6

Cost: $80

Dovetails have long been the hallmark of fine joinery and a craftsman's skill. In today's world though, not everyone has the luxury of years of practice as an apprentice to hone their technique. In this class, learn the basics of dovetail layout, techniques for cutting and fitting tight joints and ways to fix the inevitable gaps that occasionally occur. Participants will be shown dovetails being cut in real time, as well as at a slowed pace to discuss the methods in use. Students will then have the opportunity to cut their own dovetails and practice various techniques with instructor assistance. If time allows, some additional discussion of half-blind dovetails and other variations will be presented. All necessary tools and wood will be provided, but if students have their own favorite dovetailing tools, feel free to bring them along to use.

Woodworking Extravaganza Oct 25-26
Oct 25-26

Woodworking Extravaganza
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Where: Hickory Metro Convention Center

Dates: October 25 & 26, 2019

Times: Friday, October 25th: 9 am - 6 pm & Saturday, October 26th: 9 am - 4 pm


Handsaw Sharpening Workshop
Nov 9

Handsaw Sharpening Workshop
9 am - 4 pm

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Instructor: Richard Moore

Instructor strongly suggests a binocular magnifier of at least 4X and if you bring your own files, which is encouraged he also strongly suggests that you make your files have handles. This is for your comfort and safety.

Max class size: 6

Cost: $120

This class will cover the following topics:

  • Nomenclature and terms of saws and tooth geometry, so you will have the language of saws
  • Setting up a sharpening station, comfort, safety, and efficiency
  • How to choose files
  • Choosing the right vise, to make one or to buy one, new or used
  • Sundry items for a sharpening set up
  • The steps in assessing your saw
  • Jointing and why it’s important
  • Rake angles and which are best for different uses
  • Fleam angles, what is it and why do I need it, which are best for my use
  • The steps of shaping teeth
  • The steps of sharpening and setting your saw teeth
  • The final steps, stoning the teeth
  • Testing your saw

More information


  • 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