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    Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    How to create and install cock-beading.

    Dan (danmart77) will be the guest instructor

    Class will include:
    Introduction to various scratch stock holders - All students will receive a basic holder and blanks
    Making custom scratch stocks
    Using scratch stocks to make cock-beading
    Installation of the cock-beading on a supplied veneered drawer front
    Method to work with curved elements

    This will be an all hand-tool class

    Students will need to bring: chisel, small saw, light hammer

    Lunch will be served

    Class time will be 9:00 to 3:00 at my shop in NE Raleigh

    We will need a minimum of six students and a max of eight

    Cost of this class is $60 and a non-refundable deposit of $30 must be sent to Phil or Dan to lock in a class spot

    As soon as we receive the deposit we will put your name on the list

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    1. Donn (DRW) paid in full
    2. David Turner deposit paid
    3. Richard (graywolf) deposit paid
    4. Michael Mathews assuming he can wiggle out of work deposit paid
    5. Jeremy Scuteri deposit paid
    6. Rich (mrfixit)
    7. Jeff (jlimey)
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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    Sounds like fun. Pencil me in and I will get deposit on the way.

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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    I would look forward to it, I'll be sending a deposit this week
    Nothing beats a try but a failure, failure is an opportunity to learn.
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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26





    For those who might not be familiar with drawer fronts with applied cockbeading here's a few photos to maybe stir your interest. The walnut beading is applied to the maple burl face.




    In the small sample drawer below, you can see the narrow piece that is mitered and fit to the end grain of the drawer face. This is the challenge in the build and we will cover this in depth.






    There are several ways to do this using 18th century techniques. I use the method I found on some German built drawers but I will also demo the English method.

    Hope to see some new faces in Raleigh.

    Till then





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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    I'd like to get in on this class! BUT....I won't know if I'll be on-call for work that weekend until close to the end of the year. So, I guess I'll wait to see if there is still a slot open or you can put me on the alternate list now and when I know I'll jump!

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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    Fantastic! I'll send the deposit!
    DRW

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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    My question: I've read about cock beading surrounding a veneered face on a drawer to protect the veneer from chipping around the edges. I suppose that the beading could also be used on a drawer front without veneer if you like the accent and appearance.

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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    My question: I've read about cock beading surrounding a veneered face on a drawer to protect the veneer from chipping around the edges. I suppose that the beading could also be used on a drawer front without veneer if you like the accent and appearance.
    Correct. It adds a nice detail and is also handy in hiding a slight in or out misalignment - not that I would ever have to use it for that purpose

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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil S View Post
    Correct. It adds a nice detail and is also handy in hiding a slight in or out misalignment - not that I would ever have to use it for that purpose
    I also found this interesting article about cock beading by Steve Latta.
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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    A lot of period furniture has cock beading attached to the case sides and not the drawers. The Townsend Knee Hole Bureau I'm presently working on has just such beading applied in a dado in sides and drawer dividers.

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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    Quote Originally Posted by David Turner View Post
    A lot of period furniture has cock beading attached to the case sides and not the drawers. The Townsend Knee Hole Bureau I'm presently working on has just such beading applied in a dado in sides and drawer dividers.

    David Turner
    True enough David. This was unusual in some aspects. It is more work to go that way and it looks different than the bead applied to the drawer face. I have done both and they look good. Its a pretty tough case to argue against the craftsmanship of any Townsend piece I have examined. A trip to Rhode Island's design museums and the collection at Yale offer students of 18th century furniture an opportunity I found to be more informative than the museum in Delaware. All good but the collection at Yale is only eclipsed in my view by furniture in the US State Department.

    In the 5 hour hands on workshop in January, I am planning to cover drawer face techniques. I will use some of what Steve Latta shows in the article Jeff mentions and I will cover the clever methods the Germans used get things done and out the door. The majority of the time Phil and I hope will be spent doing hands-on work with some guidance when needed.

    Hope it will be useful for you. I know you are "knee deep" in your build but maybe by January you can come up for air flip the coin and do heads instead of tails.

    Till then
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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    Please sign me up. I'll get the check mailed out soon.

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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Scuteri View Post
    Please sign me up. I'll get the check mailed out soon.
    Glad to hear you're coming. You and Michael Matthews are added to Phils list today.

    Hey Jeremy if you make the trip I'll throw in a little on solid wood drawer bottoms for you.

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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    Please add me to the list. Will send a check.

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    Re: Cock-beading workshop Raleigh January 26

    Phil and Dan,

    please sign me up.

    Thanks,

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