In 2019, I'll be using my newly designed Spoon Mule 2.0 for classes in traditional spoon carving. The spoon mule has a lot of different features over a traditional mule. The internal wooden vice allows for easy grip of material top-side. The large head and quad-legs are superior for stability when carving outdoors. I prefer a larger seat with rounded edges. Plus, the Spoon Mule 2.0 has an attachable chopping block. If you are interested in taking a spoon carving workshop visit my workshop page for current class schedule.
Join me for a very exciting 1-day spoon carving workshop. This class will cover lots of traditional hand tool techniques and discuss design concepts. This is a hands-on "green-wood" class workshop where you will cut and shape from freshly cut birch, or maple, to form an everyday cooking or eating spoon. The workshops do fill up fast so register early! These classes are all hands-on using traditional hand tools. You will come away with confidence in creating wooden utensils for friends and family.