S P O O N - A - L O N G! A Spoon-a-long you ask? Why yes indeed. Bring yourself, your spoon skills, your tools & greenwood and let’s all carve together (online) on Saturday, once a month. All ages, please join in wherever in the world you are! Our timezone is NZ Standard Time.
Saturday Spoon-a-long Online from 11am-1pm, on the last Saturday of the month, until further notice.
This free online session is an opportunity to carve together in a group (virtually), meet other carvers and enjoy the company of others whilst creating wood chips & spoons. A time to practice your skills and make more spoons, with 1-2 tutors (Douglas Horrell of Cleft Craft & Juliet Arnott) present to offer tips & advice if needed.
Sadly this is not a session for absolute beginners, as it is not taught from scratch, it’s just about practicing what you’ve already learnt.
Please do book on our website so we can send you the Zoom link & password, and if you haven't already you will need to download Zoom beforehand.
💛See you soon whittlers!
This sessions is supported by Creative New Zealand for which we are very grateful. This enables us to offer this session for free.
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