10 Best Spoon Carving Blogs and Websites
Spoon Carving Blogs
Here are 10 Best Spoon Carving Blogs you should follow in 2024
Madison, Wisconsin, US
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 lef...t 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.more
2.8K 880 63.7K 2 posts / month Oct 2010 DA 17 Get Email Contact
Features spoon carving stories, spoon designs, inspiration, and tools. The spoon crank is an initiative looking to bring together people who share a p...assion for spoon carving.more
1.1K 8.1K 1 post / quarter DA 8 Get Email Contact
Kingston, Rhode Island, US
I make reproductions of 17th-century joined furniture; boxes, chests, chairs, tables & more. My work follows techniques and methods from the period, a...ll work is done exclusively with hand-tools. Oak is the primary timber used, pine, maple and ash are also used to a lesser degree.more
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Jon Mac is an accomplished spoon carver who works with three spoon carving tools. JonMac MiniMac knife-spoonknife-Axe.
5.1K 3.3K Nov 2009 DA 26 Get Email Contact
London, England, UK
The barn has been woodwork obsessive for over 20 years. 8 years ago he decided spoons were his thing and dedicated his life to them.
950 30.7K Sep 2010 DA 34 Get Email Contact
West Fargo, North Dakota, US
Jar of Wood sells individually-made, hand-carved and hand-made wooden spoons for the well-supplied kitchen.
25 Aug 2012 DA 13 Get Email Contact
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
I'm a wood sculptor and carver of lovespoons, a traditional Welsh art.
150 Oct 2008 DA 18 Get Email Contact
A blog about green woodworking, carving, craft and the great outdoors
Apr 2012 DA 14 Get Email Contact
Telford, England, UK
Hand-carved wooden spoons, bowls and pots using only simple hand tools.
94 Jan 2012 DA 5 Get Email Contact