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Sunday 21st January 2018 10 til 5pm - Foundation 2 GreenWood-Working (GWW): Learn to carve greenwood spoons at Rekindle's Resourceful Ōtautahi workshop at the Albert Hall, Ferrymead Heritage Park, Ferrymead, Ōtautahi Christchurch.
This workshop is not just about a spoon, it is the second stage of you becoming a skilled Greenwood-worker. This workshop is an investment in skills that give you a wonderful point from which to turn your hand to many different future greenwood-working projects.
This workshop gives you the second instalment of greenwood-working skills following on from the Foundation 1 GWW: Peg-Making workshop, i.e. the Peg-Making workshop is a pre-requisite for this Spoon-Carving workshop. This workshop introduces you to the ancient traditional tools & techniques including a draw-knife, shaving horse, spoon knives etc. You'll make your own wooden spoon from locally harvested timber, so you will go home with new skills and a spoon to cherish and use.
This course will be a pre-requisite to other future greenwood-working workshops e.g. Stool-Making, Chair-Making etc.
Once you have done this course you will be able to join the 'Spoon-Carvers Guild' so that you can keep coming to sessions to keep practicing your skills and carry on with some more spoon-carving projects.
There are 6 places available in this workshop and booking is essential, and non-refundable.
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