Top 15 Spoon Carving blogs
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Spoon carving is a form of woodworking by means of a cutting tool resulting in a wooden figure.
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About Blog – I started turning wood into objects for use while living in South Korea. I think trees, woodlands and forests are fantastic things. Trees are best left living, but saving cut trees from becoming firewood allows me to give them a new lease on life. Helping people engage with the nature in new ways is the best use of where my skills and passions intersect.
About Blog – Here you’ll find wooden spoons of all shapes and sizes. From tablespoons, to teaspoons, the wooden spatulas, to the more exotic shaped kitchen utensil, there’s a wooden cooking utensil for every kitchen and occasion.
Frequency – about 1 post per month
About Blog – My name is Alberto Hogan but I am better known as Tito. I was born in Miami, Florida however from the age of eleven I have spent my life growing up in Dublin, Ireland. I have been living in Galway now for about 2 years where I have developed my skills as a wood worker.
About Blog – I make reproductions of 17th-century joined furniture; boxes, chests, chairs, tables & more. My work follows techniques and methods from the period, all work is done exclusively with hand-tools. Oak is the primary timber used, pine, maple and ash are also used to a lesser degree.