The beginners will work with Ali Taylor to cover aspects of spoon carving such as sourcing materials, tools, knife grips and how to carve a basic spoon. You will have plenty of time throughout the day to create your own spoon under the guidance of our trainer, Ali Taylor, who has been carving and creating with greenwood for a number of years in his role as a Forest School Leader. To see some of Ali’s recent spoons head over to Ali Outdoors on Instagram.
If you are already hooked on carving spoons and have dabbled with our previous workshops then you can spend the day with Nick Murphy, covering aspects of spoon carving such as raw materials, knife grips and advanced carving techniques. You will have plenty of time throughout the day to create your own spoon under the guidance of our trainer, Nick Murphy, who has been relentlessly carving spoons since 2014. Nick’s style and approach have meant that he is internationally renowned for his craft. To see his recent spoons head over to Murphy’s Spoon on Instagram here or read an interview with him on our blog here.
The workshop takes place at Exmouth Forest School, under the cover of the canopy, and appropriate clothing will be required.
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