This spoon is rich with symbols of spring, luck, and love By Sharon Littley and Clive Griffin Lovespoons have been carved for centuries in Europe and Scandinavia. They are thought to have been invented as a courtship ritual; young men would carve spoons to impress the young women they desired. […]
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Vote now for the 2016 Woodcarving Illustrated People’s Choice Awards. Here are the finalists for the Chip Carving and Tramp Art Carving sponsored by Flexcut. Voting will end on April 30, and the winners will be announced in the Fall issue of Woodcarving Illustrated (which will be available in July). The results […]
Do you have a great new carving you can’t wait to share with the world? This is your chance to show it off—and maybe collect some cash! Presenting the 2016 Woodcarving Illustrated People’s Choice Awards. Entries are being accepted until March 20, 2016 for: Chip Carving and Tramp Art – Painted […]
A unique way to store and serve a common beverage By Marty Leenhouts Tea is the second most widely consumed drink around the world, after water. If you aren’t a tea drinker, you surely know someone who is. Storing several varieties of tea separately in the cupboard is messy and […]
Charming clock with chip-carved details is perfect for the kitchen by Barry McKenzie This clock combines woodworking, woodcarving, and chip carving—for me it is the best of all three worlds! The shape comes from one of the teapots in my wife’s collection. The traditional carving on this piece is mainly […]