This is a quick “how to” on folk carving. I am by no means a master or even good at carving but this is folk carving so I don’t have to be. First up, I cut and split out a … Continue reading
This Winter will bring with it my wife and I’s first baby. This is an exciting time of preparation for us. I have been working on a set of folk toys for the coming youngster; the first of which is … Continue reading
About a year ago, I made a replica of an ancient Egyptian comb. I loved the project and have made several since. After some study I believe the blanks were originally sawn out and not split out. I believe the … Continue reading
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I would consider myself as one who believes function over fashion so my latest project has been a bit of a stretch for me. For my wife’s birthday, I made her some wooden earrings and enjoyed the process so much … Continue reading
I have been busy lately but managed to list some new woodenware that’s ready to ship on my etsy. For prices and purchasing visit http://www.etsy.com/shop/wilderwoodworking or message me and I can send you a paypal invoice.
Synonymous with camping and the outdoors, Kuksas are a joy to hold. The texture of the knife cuts and the quiet nature of wood is reminiscent of cold mornings in the woods with breakfast over a cheery fire. This is … Continue reading