Spoon Carving Day with JoJo Wood

Spoon Carving Day with JoJo Wood

Duration: 1 Day

Price: £145

Run by: JoJo Wood


West Midlands
B30 2NT

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About the Course

An introduction to all things axe, knife and spoon. No previous experience required. You will spend the day producing mountains of woodchips, learning to use to 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 renowned spoon carver. She teaches regularly around the world. Her teaching focusses heavily on technique. She aims to show people that good technique will always win out over strength.

JoJo also likes to focus on personal development. She teaches that we are all at different stages of our journey. Everyone has something different to learn. JoJo helps people through their own personal challenges and take them on to the next stage of their development.

This course has a small group size, so you will get plenty of personal assistance and attention.

This spoon carving course will be held in Birmingham, UK. 5 minutes walk from the nearest train station & 10 minutes train journey from the city centre.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

- A day of tuition
- Lunch (most dietary requirements can be provided for)
- Hot drinks and snacks throughout
- Tools to try out
- Plenty of wood

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Course Start Dates

Saturday 24th February 2018
Saturday 21st April 2018

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