Intro to Spoon Carving:

Serving Spoon

Serving Spoon.jpg

This class is a great introduction to using carving tools and getting the feel of working with wood. Through making your spoon, we will focus on carving techniques that will allow you to carve safely with confidence, as well as basic tool sharpening and food-safe wood finishing.

Students will carve and finish a serving spoon from a pre-cut blank in either Walnut or Cherry.

Absolute beginners are very welcome. No power tools are used in this class.
 

Intro to Spoon Carving:

Sauté Spoon

Saute Spoon.jpg

This class is a slightly more advanced  introduction to using carving tools and getting the feel of working with wood. Through making your spoon, we will focus on carving techniques that will allow you to carve safely with confidence, as well as basic tool sharpening and food-safe wood finishing.

Students will carve and finish a serving spoon from a pre-cut blank in either Walnut or Cherry.

Beginners are welcome. No power tools are used in this class.

Intermediate Spoon Carving

Bandsaw Spoon.jpg

This class will go more in-depth to the design and carving process than the Intro class. Students will be able to select a piece of wood and draw a spoon of their own design. The blanks will be cut on a bandsaw, then carved and finished using gouges, drawknives, spokeshaves, and carving knives. Tool sharpening and maintenance will be discussed, as well as recommended wood types and local suppliers. 

Beginners are welcome, though some experience is recommended.