Follow along as we power carve a serving dish. The finished dimensions of this dish are 5.75 inches wide x 12.25 inches long. Of course those can be adjusted to suit your needs.
To make these bowls, in addition to the turning tools, you will also need an angle grinder and a carver. Follow along at the link.
OH Boyd shows you how to carve a beautiful nativity scene for Christmas.
Step up your carving skills with Bill Pricketts wood mouse perched on a cotton reel.
Follow along at the link as Ian Edwards carves this elegant barn owl.
A broody hen is a nice project for a weekend, and can be carved any size you like depending upon the wood you have available.
Follow along at the link as we carve a hippopotamus.
The angel can be a wall hanging or, in a smaller size, a Christmas tree decoration. I have shown two versions because I know not every carver has the facility to cut an accurate outline but the order of carving is the same for both.
Well, if you appreciate -things botanical- as much as I do, here is a chance to put them centre-stage for the weekend. Follow along as we carve an oak leaf.
Finger joints are used in this project. They are square interlocking fingers that join the corners at a right angle. The top, bottom and sides of the chest are of basswood.