Woodwork course for two - Spoon carving workshop, or choose a class to suit your interests!
Starting Bid: A$10.00
Ending On: 6 April 2019 6:00pm
Kindly donated by Splinter Workshop
The spoon is a fundamental utensil. We eat our first solid meal off a spoon and often eat our last meal off a spoon. Spoon carving is a three dimensional introduction into the world of green woodworking. No machines, no benches, no sawdust, no splinters. Working with axe, knife and spoon hook you and a friend will turn a small billet of sopping wet fresh green timber into a usable and durable utensil that will become an heirloom of the future. This one day workshop on Monday 19 August, taught by Brad Van Luyt, will teach you the basics of spoons carving and green-woodworking and start you on the slippery slope down into spoonmaking madness! You’ll never look at a tree branch in the same way again.
Alternatively, the value of this voucher may be put towards any courses held in 2019 and conducted by Paul Nicholson which include term classes or a choice of the following courses which each run over three full days:
A Slice of Woodwork - 3 consecutive days (Tuesday Sep 24, 25 and 26)
Planes, Planes and Spokeshaves - 3 consecutive Sundays (July 28, August 4 and 11)
Fancy a Joint - 3 consecutive Sundays (October 27, November 3 and 10)
For more information on Splinter Workshop please visit:www.splinterworkshop.com.au
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- Online bidding component - closes 5pm Saturday 6 April.
- The bidding continues offline at the F.A.R.E on Sunday 7 April! The highest online bid will start the FARE day bidding, with bidding continuing through the F.A.R.E. Make sure you come down to the corner of Tebbutt St and Lords Rd to enter your winning bid!
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- Kelly bid A$40.00 on 28 March 2019 4:01pm
- Ali bid A$30.00 on 25 March 2019 8:41am
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Shipping: Collection from Kegworth Public School
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