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Course: Spoon Carving

St Fagans National Museum of History
12 February & 2 April 2022, 10.30am-4pm
Cost £80 | £65 concession (+ Eventbrite fees)
Suitability Adults
Booking Eventbrite
Image: Spoon carving course at St Fagans National Museum of History
Image: Spoon carving course at St Fagans National Museum of History
Image: Spoon carving course at St Fagans National Museum of History

Join Vic Phillips of SingleMaltTeapot as he takes you through the essential tools and techniques needed to carve your first spoon. You’ll head away with the skills to use Sloyd and Crook woodcraft knives for a variety of wood carving projects as well as a wonderful lime wood kitchen spoon.

During the workshop we’ll cover:

  • Safely using woodcraft cutting techniques.
  • How to approach carving wood using Sloyd and Crook knives.
  • Applying a beautiful, long lasting finish to your spoon.
  • Sourcing new materials and how different woods behave when carved.
  • The tools to keep carving at home and how best to care for them

Buy Tickets

You are welcome to bring a packed lunch or visit our on-site catering facilities. We can offer a 10% discount to course participants in our catering outlets* on production of Eventbrite ticket. *(excludes Derwen Bakehouse)

The price of this course includes parking.The ticketing team will contact you with details via the email supplied by you at time of booking.

Use postcode CF5 6XB for satnav

All tickets for this event must be purchased in advance.

Language: This course will be held in the first language of the facilitator - which is English.

Accessibility: Some of the Museum's learning spaces are up to 5 minute walk from the main building and carpark – please contact events@museumwales.ac.uk prior to booking to discuss any accessibility requirements.

Concession eligibility: Students with NUS or those in receipt of benefits. Over 60’s, Under 18’s* (16-18 year olds must be accompanied by a participating adult)

By booking onto our courses, you are supporting us to inspire everyone we reach through telling Wales’s story. Diolch o galon.

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