NEW | ULTIMATE SPOON CARVING KIT WITH BOOK, BENCH HOOK & MORE

$250.00

As seen in Martha Stewart, Real Simples, Anthology Magazine, and The Coastal Table Magazine.

This ultimate set will let you finish your spoon faster and safer with the bench hook, Welly First Aid Kit, and be able to cut even more blanks with the mini panel z-saw. A signed copy of one of Melanie's book, Carve a Simple Guide to Whittling. It has 12 different projects and all the instructions on how to keep your tools in the best shape. The kit also comes with a place to keep all your tools with our nifty canvas roll and one of each spoon blank: bass, cherry, and walnut.

Using traditional Japanese tools, this wooden spoon carving kit will teach you how to design, carve, and hollow out the bowl of the spoon. It's a fun afternoon project and easy for anyone to learn. The best part is that you get to finish and keep your very own custom creation. All supplies, a 15 mm spoon gouge and Japanese carving knife, and instructions are included. This kit is ideal for adults and children under direct supervision. These tools are great if you would like to continue carving more projects other than spoons afterward.

Kit Includes:

+ 3 Spoon blanks in hardwood 1.5"w x 5"h (bass, cherry & walnut)
+ 15 mm Japanese spoon gouge
+ Japanese Carving Knife (left or right-handed)
+ Bench Hook with Cork 
+Canvas Tool Cloth
+ Mini Panel Z-Saw
+ Spoon Carving Instructions
+ Video instructions
+ Mini Wood Butter 
+ Sandpaper: 80, 150, 220
+ First Aid On The Go Kit by Welly

 

Material: Bass, Poplar, Cherry, or Walnut

Types of wood:

Beginner: Bass - light wood, almost white when left unfinished. Very soft to carve! Finishes light to medium yellow.
Medium: Cherry - a somewhat pink color when left unfinished. Finishes as a deep red.
Hard: Walnut - Light brown to medium brown when left unfinished. Finishes as a deep brown.

Melanie teaches classes too! Check out her website to find out more. Spoon Carving Workshop: http://www.melanieabrantes.com/workshop-events/#/spoon-carving-workshop/