Making Hammer and Axe Handles with Win Bigelow. #657-1020.

The Adirondacks were built with simple tools such as traditional hammers and axes. The hammerhead and axe head were the trade of the local blacksmith but they needed handles to be useful. Our early ancestors created all their tool handles themselves since there were no hardware stores - they just hiked into the woods and found their materials! So come fashion handles just like the early settlers did.

Tuition $95. Member Tuition $85. Materials Fee $20.



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