On tap for this week

I’m going to give chip carving a try.  We’ll see how it goes.  I promise to post practice boards .. even if they’re embarrassing.

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5 Responses to On tap for this week

  1. Eric Bushèe says:

    Wayne Barton’s Complete Guide to Chip Carving is an excellent reference as well.

  2. sablebadger says:

    I’ve always admired the decorations done with this style. I’m more into relief carving, but after watching the “Chip Carving” episode of season 4 Woodwrights Shop, I’m tempted to try my hand at it.

    Good luck, and don’t be afraid to make mistakes, it’s how we learn!

  3. joemcglynn says:

    Can’t wait to see your results. I’ve been wanting to try this (and relief carving) as well. Gotta stay focused on the workbench until I get it finished though.

  4. I’m glad to see you’re willing to give chip carving a try. I can help you get off to a great start with your chip carving. Visit the following link to have access to online videos and patterns. https://mychipcarving.com/amember/signup.php. I’ve helped thousands of aspiring chip carvers :-).

    • Saara says:

      I should try chip carving at my studies this winter. I’m a little worried, because it looks so hard to do… :/ Luckily there’s a lot of videos about chip carving in Youtube. 🙂

      -Saara, Finland

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