The East Tennessee Woodworkers Guild is located in the Knoxville region of Eastern Tennessee.  The goals of the Guild are:

  • To promote and advocate the development and appreciation of superior woodworking skills.
  • To encourage and recognize consistently high standards of workmanship.
  • To bring our woodworking skills to the public through participation in shows, exhibitions, demonstrations and similar activities.

Information about meetings and directions are available via the links above.

Anyone having problems, use the password reset request to change your password if you remember your user ID.  An email will be sent to your email with a link to reset your password.  If you do not remember your user ID, use the contact ETWG link in the site menu to request assistance.

Guild Events

The  Arrowmont weekend March 13-15 was a huge success.  Thanks to Bill Key and Sandy Pittard for coordination.

Our January 13 meeting was on the Guild history featuring Al Hudson and several original members from the guild beginning.  A truly impressive performance by our 100 year old member.  We are blessed to have him with us.

Our March meeting featuring David Reeves providing information on finishing techniques was an excellent meeting.

All Guild activities are cancelled while the statewide Safer at Home directive is in place.

❖ Everyone is encouraged to show their work at “Show-N-Tell.” Reminder - please fill out a Show–N–Tell Card for each item at our meetings to ensure proper credit is given to each presenter in the newsletter. For projector slide presentations of your Show-N-Tell item, please limit the number of slides to 5 and provide the newsletter editor with a copy of the slides.