Roughing in the Bowl of a Ladle with a Sculptural Gouge
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Roughing in the Bowl of a Ladle with a Sculptural Gouge

This technique is a great alternative to roughing in the bowl of a large spoon when you don't have access to a bowl adze or spoon/hook knife. You can use any sized u-gouge to get different textural results! The wood used for this ladle is some (especially hard) green cultivated cherry wood. Tools used in this video: https://www.dictum.com/en/carving-sculpting-tools-baca/pfeil-allongee-gouges-sweep-9-50-mm-700949 Enjoy! . . . . . . . . . . . . Hey there! We're Deirdre and Aaron, two full-time greenwood artists who have a passion for sharing the process behind our traditional craft. We create functional spoons, bowls, and sculptural pieces out of locally sourced wood, with a focus on creating using bladed handtools. Maybe you were recently been bitten by the spooncarving bug and need some tips to get started, or have been steadily carving for a few years and want to expand upon your technique. We are here to help answer your questions and act as your guides to green woodworking. For the sake of inclusiveness (backed by our DIY punk ethics), we create our videos with free access for all. Knowledge shouldn't be behind a paywall, especially when it comes to traditional handcraft. Instead, we have put out our virtual tip jar and ask that if you enjoy our videos you'll consider supporting us with as little as $1 a month at patreon.com/rustedpulchritude or chipping in at paypal.me/rustedpulchritude . . . . . . . . . . . . Disclaimer: Use these videos at your own risk. None of the authors, contributors, administrators, or anyone else connected with Rusted Pulchritude in any way whatsoever, can be responsible for your use of the information contained in or linked from these videos. These videos are for informational purposes only. Any action you take upon the information in these videos is strictly at your own risk, and we will not be liable for any losses and damages in connection with the use of our videos.
Hollowing out the Bowl of a Spoon: How to Get Started
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Hollowing out the Bowl of a Spoon: How to Get Started

A quick tutorial on how to hollow out the bowl of a spoon with a spoon knife (and on how to not cut your hand). Tools used in this video: https://nicwestermann.co.uk/shop/greenwood-carving-blades/roughing-blade/ Enjoy! . . . . . . . . . . . . Hey there! We're Deirdre and Aaron, two full-time greenwood artists who have a passion for sharing the process behind our traditional craft. We create functional spoons, bowls, and sculptural pieces out of locally sourced wood, with a focus on creating using bladed handtools. Maybe you were recently been bitten by the spooncarving bug and need some tips to get started, or have been steadily carving for a few years and want to expand upon your technique. We are here to help answer your questions and act as your guides to green woodworking. For the sake of inclusiveness (backed by our DIY punk ethics), we create our videos with free access for all. Knowledge shouldn't be behind a paywall, especially when it comes to traditional handcraft. Instead, we have put out our virtual tip jar and ask that if you enjoy our videos you'll consider supporting us with as little as $1 a month at patreon.com/rustedpulchritude or chipping in at paypal.me/rustedpulchritude . . . . . . . . . . . . Disclaimer: Use these videos at your own risk. None of the authors, contributors, administrators, or anyone else connected with Rusted Pulchritude in any way whatsoever, can be responsible for your use of the information contained in or linked from these videos. These videos are for informational purposes only. Any action you take upon the information in these videos is strictly at your own risk, and we will not be liable for any losses and damages in connection with the use of our videos.
Spoon Finish Cuts: Order of Operations
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Spoon Finish Cuts: Order of Operations

A tutorial on how we go about the finish cuts on our wooden spoons. It's best to do these cuts once the spoon has dried out for a day or so. Tools used in this video: nicwestermann.co.uk/shop/greenwood-carving-blades/roughing-blade/ https://morakniv.se/en/product/woodcarving-106/ Enjoy! . . . . . . . . . . . . Hey there! We're Deirdre and Aaron, two full-time greenwood artists who have a passion for sharing the process behind our traditional craft. We create functional spoons, bowls, and sculptural pieces out of locally sourced wood, with a focus on creating using bladed handtools. Maybe you were recently been bitten by the spooncarving bug and need some tips to get started, or have been steadily carving for a few years and want to expand upon your technique. We are here to help answer your questions and act as your guides to green woodworking. For the sake of inclusiveness (backed by our DIY punk ethics), we create our videos with free access for all. Knowledge shouldn't be behind a paywall, especially when it comes to traditional handcraft. Instead, we have put out our virtual tip jar and ask that if you enjoy our videos you'll consider supporting us with as little as $1 a month at patreon.com/rustedpulchritude or chipping in at paypal.me/rustedpulchritude . . . . . . . . . . . . Disclaimer: Use these videos at your own risk. None of the authors, contributors, administrators, or anyone else connected with Rusted Pulchritude in any way whatsoever, can be responsible for your use of the information contained in or linked from these videos. These videos are for informational purposes only. Any action you take upon the information in these videos is strictly at your own risk, and we will not be liable for any losses and damages in connection with the use of our videos.
Getting Started with an Axe · Tips for Roughing in a Wooden Spoon
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Getting Started with an Axe · Tips for Roughing in a Wooden Spoon

A couple of tips to help you get started roughing in a blank for a wooden spoon using an axe. . . . . . . . . . . . . Hey there! We're Deirdre and Aaron, two full-time greenwood artists who have a passion for sharing the process behind our traditional craft. We create functional spoons, bowls, and sculptural pieces out of locally sourced wood, with a focus on creating using bladed handtools. Maybe you were recently been bitten by the spooncarving bug and need some tips to get started, or have been steadily carving for a few years and want to expand upon your technique. We are here to help answer your questions and act as your guides to green woodworking. For the sake of inclusiveness (backed by our DIY punk ethics), we create our videos with free access for all. Knowledge shouldn't be behind a paywall, especially when it comes to traditional handcraft. Instead, we have put out our virtual tip jar and ask that if you enjoy our videos you'll consider supporting us with as little as $1 a month at patreon.com/rustedpulchritude or chipping in at https://www.paypal.me/rustedpulchritude . . . . . . . . . . . . Disclaimer: Use these videos at your own risk. None of the authors, contributors, administrators, or anyone else connected with Rusted Pulchritude in any way whatsoever, can be responsible for your use of the information contained in or linked from these videos. These videos are for informational purposes only. Any action you take upon the information in these videos is strictly at your own risk, and we will not be liable for any losses and damages in connection with the use of our videos.
Axe Safety + Establishing Crank on a Wooden Spoon Blank
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Axe Safety + Establishing Crank on a Wooden Spoon Blank

For our second video we've decided to demonstrate some axe safety when roughing in a wooden spoon blank (hot tip: watch your little fingers!), and some quick pointers on establishing crank, or the bend where the spoon meets the handle. Enjoy! . . . . . . . . . . . . Hey there! We're Deirdre and Aaron, two full-time greenwood artists who have a passion for sharing the process behind our traditional craft. We create functional spoons, bowls, and sculptural pieces out of locally sourced wood, with a focus on creating using bladed handtools. Maybe you were recently been bitten by the spooncarving bug and need some tips to get started, or have been steadily carving for a few years and want to expand upon your technique. We are here to help answer your questions and act as your guides to green woodworking. For the sake of inclusiveness (backed by our DIY punk ethics), we create our videos with free access for all. Knowledge shouldn't be behind a paywall, especially when it comes to traditional handcraft. Instead, we have put out our virtual tip jar and ask that if you enjoy our videos you'll consider supporting us with as little as $1 a month at patreon.com/rustedpulchritude or chipping in at paypal.me/rustedpulchritude . . . . . . . . . . . . Disclaimer: Use these videos at your own risk. None of the authors, contributors, administrators, or anyone else connected with Rusted Pulchritude in any way whatsoever, can be responsible for your use of the information contained in or linked from these videos. These videos are for informational purposes only. Any action you take upon the information in these videos is strictly at your own risk, and we will not be liable for any losses and damages in connection with the use of our videos.