Fazey Woodcraft

Contact Name: Jack

Fazey Woodcraft
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About Fazey Woodcraft

Following an apprenticeship with the renowned woodsman Ben Law in 2012, Jack began a life of teaching & crafting things the old fashioned way. Bushcraft, Swedish carving techniques, green woodworking & ancient crafts. Jack's passion for these subjects is limitless & he enjoys nothing more than passing the knowledge and skills he has gained over years of learning onto others.

Join Fazey Woodcraft for a workshop. You won't be disappointed.

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Spoon carving workshop with Fazey Woodcraft

In-person
Jane - - #28875

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Response from Fazey Woodcraft:

Thanks Jane! Glad you enjoyed it so much and hope to see you again on another one!

Spoon carving workshop with Fazey Woodcraft

In-person
Joel Ashton - - #28906

The 1 day course from Fazey Woodcraft was brilliant!

Jack’s knowledge of wood and carving is huge and his approach to the course was perfect. Letting us learn our own mistakes but also helping at the right times so we didn’t ruin what we were making.

This workshop was a great thing to do. Carving is very therapeutic!

I would highly recommend this to anyone, even if they don’t consider themselves to be a practical person.

Response from Fazey Woodcraft:

Thanks Joel. 👍

Spoon carving workshop with Fazey Woodcraft

In-person
Wendy - - #28990

Jake was very clear, and explained things well, before we started. He watched us and helped us when we needed, and he was encouraging. I had never done anything like this before, and so was worried I'd get it all wrong, but learning the right way to do things was valuable.

I'm not sure how many spoons a person needs though, so I'm hoping to learn to carve other things once I get better at spoons.

Response from Fazey Woodcraft:

Thanks for the review Wendy.. and for the record you can never have enough spoons!

Eaters, servers, stirrers, cookers, lifters, flippers, soup spoons, slotted spoons, ice cream spoons, tea spoons, mini-scoops for coffee, spoons for getting into narrow necked jars, salt spoons, sugar spoons, left hand spoons, right hand spoons.
Oh and of course giant campfire serving spoons!

😁

Hope to see you again.

Jack.

Spoon carving workshop with Fazey Woodcraft

In-person
Ben Houghton - - #29039

Jack has something for everyone. I had a little experience carving spoons and my wife had none but we both learned a lot throughout the day. The course felt relaxed and we both felt like we got all the instruction we needed.

Response from Fazey Woodcraft:

Thanks Ben! Get yourself on 'The Next Level' spoon carving workshop.... 👍👍