Join TCV Scotland for a day of carving fun and learn the fundamentals of spoon carving in this workshop on October 28.
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About Spoon Carving
There is nothing more relaxing or more rewarding that whittling your own cooking utensils – join us for a day of carving fun and learn the fundamentals of spoon carving, from selecting a log to applying an oil finish.
This course is suitable for anyone with an interest in traditional woodland crafts, from complete beginners to those wishing to learn from others in a group setting. Throughout the day we will discuss wood species, spoon ergonomics and finishes then, using axes and knives, we will show you the main techniques for removing wood in a safe and controlled manner. With a little patience, and probably a blister or two, you will leave with your very own wooden spoon!
The session will take place in the TCV garden, so please dress for the weather. Tea and Coffee will be provided throughout the day but a packed lunch (or some dinner money) is recommended to keep you going.
A rough outline of the day - Why coppice crafts and what you need to start carving.
Using axes and knives safely (whittling practice)
Selecting and splitting logs
Carving the perfect spoon
Storing unfinished spoons and the drying process
Finishes and Oils – pros and cons
Experience Level - No experience required.
Location – TCV Scotland, Balallan House, 24 Allan Park, Stirling, FK8 2QG
Catering – Please bring a pack lunch
Cost - £55.00 (includes vat)
Terms & Conditions - The full fee is payable for cancellations within 7 days of event.
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Spoon Carving are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.