Veronica Post

Veronica Post is a furniture maker with a diploma of professional studies in cabinetmaking from the Rosemount Technology Centre in Montreal, and over 10 years of experience exploring and teaching woodworking. Veronica has been a teacher and wood studio technician at the Centre for Craft since 2016. She has created and taught many different classes over the years, including the first Women in Woodworking classes at the Centre for Craft. She approaches each class with a focus on a friendly environment, great demonstrations and hands-on skill development.
Veronica has also had the pleasure of being an artist in residence and contributing artist to various exhibitions at the Mary E Black Gallery, and the pleasure of teaching Foundation to Wood and Metal at NSCAD University.

Current / Upcoming Courses

03. Hand-cut Joinery

This class will teach you how to make two useful woodworking joints; the dovetail and the mortise and tenon, using hand tools and softwood. With discussion on the theory, use and history of the joints, this class is a fun introduction to those interested in the details of fine woodworking.

05. End-Grain Cutting Board

A perennial favorite!! Learn to joint, plane, rip, crosscut, laminate and sand a beautiful hardwood end-grain cutting board. Food-safe finish is provided as well as a recipe for making your own. Great gift idea. Board measures approximately 10”x14".

02. Women in Woodworking: Picture Frame

In this class you will learn jointing, planing, ripping, routering, and inlay and how to make a mitre jig, all while making a beautiful 8.5x11" hardwood picture frame.

01. Shaker Console Table

A great project for experienced or beginner alike! Students will learn about milling, joinery, furniture design and finishing while creating a hall table from solid wood. The table is 12”X40”

06. Round Ottoman

The Ottoman; possibly the world’s best accent piece! This class will be a fun and funky romp through basic woodworking and upholstery techniques. Bring 1 meter of your choice of fabric to the second day of class.

04. Wood Turning: Rolling pin

Learn basic spindle turning techniques while making a maple rolling pin. Two possible styles, with or without handles!

07. Sharpening Technique

Your woodworking can only be as good as your sharpening skills. Learn the fine points of sharpening your chisels with a grinder, water-stone, lapping film and various sharpening aids. Bring in some dull chisels from your shop for a tune-up!