Wooden Spoons

wooden spoons

Cut, carve and sand an elegant spoon. Beginners will make a basic version; intermediate students may try more sculptural versions. Use the band saw to establish a spoon blank, then carve handle and bowl. End with a non-toxic oil finish.

Note: You may also be interested in Woodland Spoon Carving, starting with raw branches and a carving axe. Learn to craft a spoon in the wilderness.

 

 


 

Handmade Holiday Gifts Series

 

Make a special gift for someone you love, or step away from the season's busy pace and make a beautiful object for yourself. Some of these workshops run simultaneously, so you will have the added benefit of inspiration and ideas of students in other classes. Register for one or more: Hand Turned Ornaments • Wooden Spoons • Wood Turning: Weed Pots  Wooden Cheese Board • Carved Wooden Tray • Custom Apron • Nuno Felted Scarf  Printmaking for Creative Collage • Silkscreened Holiday Cards • Silkscreened Cloth Napkins • Easy Glycerin Soap • Cold-Process Soap 
 

Course Number

AW822

Class Size

6

Age Range

17+, teens with instructor's permission

Skill Level

Beginner

Prerequisite

None

Materials

Materials fee: $10 payable in class

All materials will be provided.

Instructor, Schedule, and Cost


Summer 2017

Section 1: Saturday & Sunday, 10am–3pm (please note time change from printed catalog)
1M: Aug 12 & 13, 2017
Instructor: Annie Meyer

$132- FULL (plus $10 materials fee, payable in class)


Fall 2017

Section 1:
 2 Mondays, 10am–3pm
1F: Dec 4 & 11, 2017
Instructor: Annie Meyer

$150- OPEN , plus $10 materials fee payable in class