Spoon Carving in the Yorkshire Dales


Duration: 1 day - 9.45am - 4.30pm

Price: £85

Run by: Rachel Benson
at Broadrake Barn

01524 241357

Broadrake
Chapel Le Dale
Carnforth
North Yorkshire
Yorkshire
LA6 3AX

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About the Course

A new course at Broadrake for 2018!

Tutor Steve Tomlin teaches spoon carving, and other green woodworking skills as well as being the busiest scything instructor in the North of England!
This is a one-day introduction to the craft where we will work together carving from a log to a cooking spoon. You’ll take home a practical and beautiful utensil to use in your kitchen every day as well as new skills and fantastic memories.
All materials and tools will be supplied. We will be working at small chopping blocks with axes, and then with special carving knives. Please wear layers of old warm clothing as we may be working outside if dry and warm enough.

We have planted young native trees on our site and ultimately, when they are big enough, will be coppicing them in order to provide fresh materials for green woodworking. Spoon Carving is a great starting point to this traditional, sustainable craft.

Max 8 places

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?

The price includes all materials and tools and a good lunch & all refreshments, including home baking.



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Course Start Dates

Thursday 26th April 2018

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