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55 spoon carving workshops found

Spoon carving courses and workshops all across the UK. Learn from experienced wooden spoon carvers - this could be the most satisfying thing you have ever done!

West Midlands - Next course on 20th July 2019
An introduction to all things axe, knife and spoon with world renowned teacher, JoJo Wood. No previous experience required. You will spend the day producing mountains of woodchips, learning to use the tools and creating spoons for you to take home and use. A perfect first step for an absorbing hobby. JoJo is a second generation, world class spoon carver. She teaches and talks globally. Her teaching focusses heavily on technique. She aims to show...
A joyful weekend at Drumsyniebeg as Anna Wynne teaches the craft of spoon carving. Working with axes and knives, the weekend will take you through basic to more complex techniques to whittle your own set of beautiful wooden cutlery to take home and use in the kitchen. Spoon carving is a wonderful way to learn the fundamentals of woodwork.
Somerset - Next course on 20th July 2019
An introductory course in the basics of spoon carving Situated In the picturesque village of Brompton Regis at the Riverside Project Woodland Workshop alongside the River Pulham in Exmoor national Park. This course is designed for adults only, you must be 18 or older to attend – unless you’ve made a specific arrangement with me. Children are welcome and need to be accompanied with an adult. Courses cost £80 per day per person (Not including...
This is a 3-hour long beginner's wooden spoon carving course based at my Norwich workshop (11-2pm). You will learn the basic skills required to make your own spoon from reclaimed or green wood. You will be able to take home your creation at the end of the course and will be given sandpaper and tips on caring for your item (e.g. applying waxes and finishes for a long-lasting product). I will provide spoon blanks from...
Birmingham - Next course on 30th August 2019
*note that this course also runs in Edale, UK* This course is a two day exploration of the carved wooden eating spoon. A well-carved wooden eating spoon can be a thing of joy to use, but there is a lot to it. JoJo will be teaching you all her tricks and techniques, developed over years of carving, to create the perfect eating spoon. This course is for people who already know how to carve a...
Birmingham - Next course on 14th August 2019
In this two and a half day spoon carving course you will cover everything necessary to fill your home with beautiful and useful wooden objects. From tree to spoon, JoJo will guide you through safe and efficient use of the three simple tools you need for this craft – an axe, a knife and a spoon knife. You will focus on good technique and efficiency, giving you all the skills to carve great wooden spoons...
The spoon carving course will focus on the traditional techniques of carving a spoon from green wood. Students will be shown how to select and split the wood using a tool called a froe, process it using a shave horse and draw knife, then final shaping using specialist spoon carving knives and chisels. Emphasis is placed both on good design and carving techniques. The bowl turning course will focus on the traditional techniques of turning...
Learn to carve a medieval eating spoon from cleft green branch wood using an axe, knife and crook knife. Information on wood, tools and sharpening will also be provided. arpening Course times: 10am - 4pm Camping area or on-site yurt is sometimes available. Tutor: Mark Warwick / Jo Alexander
I've added this two day workshop because a one day workshop gives you the basics, but two days will allow you to develop your carving technique and use additional knife grasps. By embedding good technique into the way you carve, you will avoid injuries and additional regular stretching will help you to look after your body. You will leave with the knowledge and confidence to carve safely at home. You will have access to a...
Camp, carve and canoe weekend Friday 26th - Saturday 27th April Weekend includes: Friday night wild-camping pitch on Alderfen Marshes conservation area. A one-day spoon carving workshop to learn and refine your green wood carving skills. An optional second night camping with a Sunday morning Canadian canoe trail through an RSPB conservation area on the Norfolk Broads.

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