Original Spoon Carving Kit

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As seen in Martha Stewart, Real Simples, Anthology Magazine, and The Coastal Table Magazine.

Using traditional Japanese tools, this wooden spoon carving kit will teach you how to design, carve, and hollow out the bowl of the spoon. It's a fun afternoon project and easy for anyone to learn. The best part is that you get to finish and keep your very own custom creation. All supplies, a 12 mm spoon gouge and Mikikicha carving knife, and instructions are included. This kit is ideal for adults and children under direct supervision. These tools are great if you would like to continue carving more projects other than spoons after.

Kit Includes:

+ Spoon blank of your choice of hardwood 1.5"w x 5"h (bass, poplar, cherry or walnut)
+ 12mm Japanese spoon gouge
+ Mikikichan carving knife
+ Spoon Carving Instructions
+ Video instructions
+ Mini Wood Butter
+ Sandpaper: 80, 150, 220
+ Band-aid (ya know, just in case)
Material: Bass, Poplar, Cherry, or Walnut

Choose your wood:

Beginner: Bass - light wood, almost white when left unfinished. Very soft to carve! Finishes light to medium yellow.
Medium: Cherry - a somewhat pink color when left unfinished. Finishes as a deep red.
Hard: Walnut - Light brown to medium brown when left unfinished. Finishes as a deep brown.

Melanie teaches classes too! Check out her website to find out more. Spoon Carving Workshop: http://www.melanieabrantes.com/workshop-events/#/spoon-carving-workshop/

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Melanie Abrantes Designs is a Bay Area-based producer of handcrafted, heirloom objects. Founder Melanie Abrantes believes that in order to create something beautiful, you have to get your hands dirty. She founded her company in 2013 when she realized there was a growing American market for handmade goods. Working with a variety of unique materials, Melanie strives to create products of the highest quality that are equally beautiful and functional. Through the technique of lathing, she turns simple pieces of solid wood and cork into one-of-a-kind bowls, plates, cups and stands. Her passion for woodworking originates from the simple fact that every piece is unique as the material it is made from. Time in the studio is dedicated to researching, testing and adapting the product to its user, resulting in a simple, yet unique object of the highest quality. Moving forward, Melanie plans to broaden her line to include furniture and lighting, maintaining her dedication to handmade.
Original Spoon Carving Kit