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The Art of Spoon Carving - Lora S Irish


The Art of Spoon Carving - Lora S Irish
Highland Item # 205665
Author: Lora Susan Irish


Price : $24.95
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The Art of Spoon Carving: A Classic Craft for the Modern Kitchen. Author, Lora Susan Irish

In this beautifully illustrated guide, The Art of Spoon Carving: A Classic Craft for the Modern Kitchen, by master woodcrafter Lora S. Irish, you are clearly taught the basics of wooden spoon carving. Perfect for beginners, the book presents 12 step-by-step projects that illustrate a variety of historic carving styles.

A selection of mix-and-match patterns offer suggestions for creating dozens of unique designs for spoons and other implements - forks, ladles, dippers, spatulas, knives, pie servers, and scoops. In addition to clear, detailed directions accompanied by helpful drawings, inspiring photographs illustrate decorative ideas for using the carved spoons in kitchen wreaths, centerpieces, and other ornaments.

A great gift for crafters seeking a new hobby, this book is loaded with stylish designs for handmade treasures.


ISBN 978-0-48681-349-3

160 pages. Paperback

Product Warnings

WARNING FOR RESIDENTS OF CALIFORNIA!

This product may expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Please read our Proposition 65 warning.
For more information, see www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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