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Still Carving at 100

Still Carving at 100

Centenarian enjoys creativity, social aspects of carving By Kathleen Ryan Living to be one hundred years old is quite an accomplishment by anyone’s standards. To still be doing what you love—namely carving—at that age is extraordinary. Just ask Canadian woodcarver Jack Motyer. Jack was born in Winnipeg, Mb., Canada, on January […]

by June 14, 2017 Features
Whittling with Chris: Choosing Wood

Whittling with Chris: Choosing Wood

Learn which woods are best for whittling various projects from carver Chris Lubkemann. More videos will be coming soon! Interested to learn more about whittling? Take a look at these books by Chris Lubkemann: Chris Lubkemann reveals his award-winning whittling secrets in The Victorinox Swiss Army Knife Whittling Book. Published in […]

by June 1, 2017 Videos, Whittling with Chris
Choosing a Whittling Knife

Choosing a Whittling Knife

What to look for when selecting a folding knife By Bob Duncan One of the neat things about whittling is that you can do it anywhere. This means your knife should be portable, and nothing beats the convenience of safely slipping a folded knife into your pocket. Many manufacturers create folding knives […]

by May 3, 2017 Product Reviews
Book Corner: Cover Shoot for 20-Minute Whittling Projects

Book Corner: Cover Shoot for 20-Minute Whittling Projects

By Carly Glasmyre Haas With almost every book published at Fox Chapel Publishing, the editorial and design teams get to dream up and photograph a cover. Mindy Kinsey and I had a lot of fun shooting the cover for Tom Hindes’s new book 20-Minute Whittling Projects. After brainstorming with our […]

by January 15, 2016 Features
Whittling Volume 3 (2014)

Whittling Volume 3 (2014)

There’s something for everyone in our new 2014 Whittling special edition, with 30 patterns that run the gamut of this most enjoyable hobby. Inexperienced carvers will find simple, safe, and fun ways to start learning basic whittling skills. Folks who are in a hurry (and aren’t we all!) will discover […]

by July 9, 2014 Special Issues
Whittle a Flying Propeller

Whittle a Flying Propeller

Quick and easy project is perfect for beginners By Rick Wiebe This simple project doesn’t take a long time to finish, can be made with almost any stick of wood, and kids can play with it as soon as it’s complete. I use white pine, but other soft woods, such […]

by March 2, 2010 Projects
Quick Carve Spreader

Quick Carve Spreader

Carve this useful utensil out of a branch using only a pocketknife By Chris Lubkemann Most—if not all—of my carvings are done in green wood. That’s just my style and you can easily find it when camping, hiking, or even in your back yard. or this project, choose a straight, […]

by February 5, 2010 Projects