Arrow Making From Scratch with David Cornelius. #597-0816.

In this class you will start with a cut piece of red osier dogwood and finish with a complete, usable arrow. Learn featherworking, used for fletchings and decoration, fastening with sinew, and straightening the arrow using antler. You will have a choice of points. While these arrows can be made using slate and granite stone, it is much easier to whittle them. Bring a suitable whittling knife from home if you have one. Depending on time, you may leave the arrow in primitive form or sand it to finish. A great class for children over 13 and adults.

Tuition $50. Member Tuition $45. Materials Fee $12.


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