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Woodcarving Illustrated Summer 2021, Issue #95

Woodcarving Illustrated Summer 2021, Issue #95

The Summer 2021 issue of Woodcarving Illustrated includes a variety of projects, patterns, and features, as well as interesting techniques. This issue is a part of the regular magazine subscription. It is also available from your favorite retailer or from Fox Chapel Publishing, foxchapelpublishing.com or 1-800-457-9112. Scroll down for a sneak peek!         […]

by April 30, 2021 Current Issue
Leprechaun Pencils

Leprechaun Pencils

Add some pizzazz to your pencil pouch this St. Patrick’s Day! By Randy True I have always enjoyed carving pencils. You can add a lot of detail in a small space—plus they make personal and practical gifts! The best pencils I’ve found for carving are made of resin or plastic; I […]

by March 10, 2021 eNews: Strop Talk
Woodcarving Illustrated Winter 2020, Issue #93

Woodcarving Illustrated Winter 2020, Issue #93

The Winter 2020 issue of Woodcarving Illustrated includes a variety of projects, patterns, and features, as well as interesting techniques. This issue is a part of the regular magazine subscription. It is also available from your favorite retailer or from Fox Chapel Publishing, foxchapelpublishing.com or 1-800-457-9112. Scroll down for a sneak peak!         […]

by October 22, 2020 Current Issue
Americana Whale

Americana Whale

This folk-art style carving is a craft-show favorite By Vernon DePauw Add a whimsical touch to your summer celebrations with this patriotic swimmer. I change the size and vary the pattern to make each one a little different than the last. Play around with the stars and stripes to make […]

by May 27, 2020 eNews: Strop Talk
Woodcarving Illustrated Summer 2020, Issue #91

Woodcarving Illustrated Summer 2020, Issue #91

The Summer 2020 issue of Woodcarving Illustrated includes a variety of projects, patterns, and features, as well as interesting techniques. This issue is a part of the regular magazine subscription. It is also available from your favorite retailer or from Fox Chapel Publishing, foxchapelpublishing.com or 1-800-457-9112. Scroll down for a sneak peak!         […]

by April 28, 2020 Current Issue, Our Magazine
Woodcarving Wednesdays: Power Carve a Springtime Charm Bracelet

Woodcarving Wednesdays: Power Carve a Springtime Charm Bracelet

Since many of us are spending extra time indoors these days, it’s more important than ever to stay creative and busy. With that in mind, the team at Woodcarving Illustrated will be posting a free beginner-friendly project to our website every Wednesday. So grab a knife and let those woodchips […]

Laughing Bear

Laughing Bear

Simple cuts add texture to this happy fellow by Jim Villars When I started getting requests for handcarved bears, I carved them using models and patterns. Those first attempts were so bad that the fireplace rejected them. I decided to create my own version, depicting a bear how I thought […]

by September 6, 2017 Patterns & Projects
Woodcarver of the Year

Woodcarver of the Year

And the award goes to… …the woodcarver whose quality of work shows a devotion to excellence …who possesses a generosity of spirit in teaching others to pass the craft along …who leverages their skills in carving and teaching even further through their writings If you would like to nominate a […]

by October 14, 2016 Wood Carver of the Year
Rick Jensen is the 2014 Woodcarver of the Year

Rick Jensen is the 2014 Woodcarver of the Year

By Bob Duncan It’s something of an incongruity that one of the most innovative and influential carvers in the United States uses a humble found wood as his medium. Rick Jensen has been carving cottonwood bark—literally, the thick bark of dead eastern cottonwood trees, which Rick harvests himself in North […]

by October 14, 2016 Wood Carver of the Year
Fred Cogelow is the 2013 Woodcarver of the Year

Fred Cogelow is the 2013 Woodcarver of the Year

By Bob Duncan Fred Cogelow was destined to be a carver. “Everything just kept leading to it,” he said. His father was a woodworker who died when Fred was six, leaving behind a set of tools that Fred used to make his first carving: a face gouged into his mother’s […]

by October 13, 2016 Wood Carver of the Year