Green Wood Spoon Carving with Olly Moses at Cambridge Art Makers
On this course you will learn how to carve, with your own hands, an eating or cooking spoon from a branch of locally sourced green wood (probably cherry, alder or walnut depending on availability) using an axe, straight knife and curved knife. You will learn how to use these tools safely and efficiently by understanding the edge geometry of the blades and how this relates to the grain of the wood. As part of understanding how to read the grain to make a strong spoon you will look at how a bent branch can be used to make a naturally cranked handle. You will finish the day with a spoon that will be a joy to use for many years to come, and the skills to develop your carving further in the future.
What's included in the price?
All tools and materials, tea, coffee & biscuits but please bring a packed lunch
Medium - Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 4 weeks before the course starts