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.


The Artisan’s Table

Turn and carve tools to create handmade pasta, and tableware, utensils and bowls with which to serve it. All workshop participants may join together at week's end to share a meal and reflections on food. Sign up for one or more workshops, August 27–September 2, 2016:

Rolling PinsCorzetti StampsTurned Wineglass StemsWooden Spoons
Cavarola Board
Wood Turning: Serving Bowl Wooden Cheese Board
Textile Printing & Sewing
Pasta Making & Reflections on Food


Other Summer Craft Intensives

Immerse yourself in craftsmanship, creativity and community. Exchange ideas, inspire each other during classroom walkthroughs and get the most from your week by signing up for extended studio time in the evenings.


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

SPRING

Section 1S: 2 Sundays, May 15 & 22, 2016, 8:30am–1:30pm
Instructor: Annie Meyer
$126 – FULL
plus $10 materials fee, payable in class


SUMMER

Section 4M: Tueday & Wednesday, August 30 & 31, 2016, 9am–2pm
Instructor: Annie Meyer
$126 – OPEN
plus $10 materials fee, payable in class

Note: Section 4M is part of The Artisan’s Table series. See above.