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Category Archives: spoon carving
Sometimes, the wood really works with you. This sycamore was certainly on my side. Continue reading
Spoon carving starts with a log and continues with sharp tools and concentration. Continue reading
A beautiful spring weekend for a spoon carving workshop in the woods. Continue reading
Wood like this doesn’t come along every day. I’m enjoying it while it lasts; here’s your chance to enjoy it too. Continue reading
A new set of six wooden eating spoons, all the same but different. Continue reading
A terrific workshop at RHS Harlow Carr last weekend, teaching axe and knife skills while making wooden spoons along the way. Continue reading
If you thought carving wooden spoons was just for men with beards, you need to see this post. Continue reading
A spoony group and a special soupy spoon on a recent course. Continue reading
I’m just back from an extended trip to Spoonfest 2015. There are photos all over the web of the great carving that took place so here are some of my non-spoon highlights. Continue reading