Wooden Spoon Carving

Teacher: Rose Holdorf | Date: Fri, 11.17 , 10am-4pm | Location: SE Division Studio
Tuition: $160 | Materials: $20
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Learn how to select an ideal wood for carving and how to use simple hand-carving tools to create a handsome, useful spoon. More info...

A classic introduction to woodworking, Wooden Spoon Carving led by Rose Holdorf challenges students to shape a functional and beautiful spoon from a freshly cut piece of wood! Rose will guide the group through traditional greenwood carving techniques, including how to use axes and froes to split along the wood grain, ways of rough shaping a blank into a desired form with a simple carving, or “slojd” knife. Students will learn how to safely wield a carving knife, practicing specific carving grips while they work.  Rose will discuss elements of form and design as well as how to source and store wood for future projects. Students will leave with a functional and unique wooden spoon, perfect for stirring a pot of stew or scooping up a bite of breakfast cereal! 

For a deeper dive, follow this class up with Carving Wooden Wares and spend the whole weekend carving with Rose!

No previous experience necessary. This workshop is open to anyone 18 years old & over who meet the Essential Eligibility Criteria for Studio Workshops. All participants must accept the inherent risks of participating in a Studio Workshop and agree to sign a liability waiver. This waiver describes in more detail the risks you assume by participating in a Studio Workshop. PLEASE carefully review it!

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