Carve This: The fundamentals of carving a wooden spoon - Sun 4/30

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Carve This: The fundamentals of carving a wooden spoon - Sun 4/30

95.00

with Rowland Butler

Sunday, April 30th 10am-2:30pm

Location: 442 Warren St.

Class size limited to 8

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A four-hour class devoted to teaching you what you need to know to begin, and continue, this enjoyable pastime.

Covered in the class are the basics of wood identification; as well as the layout, carving and finishing a hardwood wooden spoon. We'll focus on carving technique, and hopefully, by the end of the class, participants will leave with a spoon of their own making, as well as the wood, skills and tools necessary to start another spoon. Participants should specify their dominant hand at application.

Supplies: Included in fee are two spoon blanks and a Warren Tool Works carving knife.

Sustenance:  Light snacks and beverages will be provided and there will be a half hour break for lunch. Bring your own lunch or you can step out onto Warren Street to pick one up!

Rowland Butler has been a woodworker in the Hudson Valley since 2001. His work can be seen at The Rivertown Lodge, Gaskins Restaurant, and The Museum of Modern Art.