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Kim Coggin

KIM COGGIN has been building dry stone walls and structures since 2008. Kim’s journey in stone started shortly after relocating to Pennsylvania from the Southeast, when she became enamored with the numerous covered bridges, stone walls, furnaces, and other historical artifacts in Pennsylvania.

Kim currently holds a Level Two Certificate from the DSWA, and is also a Certified Instructor.  Kim is also an avid faux artist and muralist.  This training gives Kim a unique and profound perspective on the artistic aspects inherent in dry stone creations.

Learn more about Kim Coggin and her business, Laurel Stoneworks LLC.

Workshops taught by Kim:


  • 2.41 Women's Cheek End Workshop (Outdoor) - October 22 & 23 (Mont Vernon, NH)
    October 22, 2021 - October 23, 2021
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Whenever your building a wall, sooner or later it must come to an end. A cheek end is the typical way to end a wall. It is also called a wall end, wall head, or square end. Cheek ends are a particular challenge to build well and structurally are the most vulnerable part of a wall, so it is important to get it right.