Spoon Carving Workshops


Spoon Carving Workshops

Something new for Gloucester Studio started at the weekend when Jane Gray-Wallis ran her first Spoon Carving Workshop with us.

I’ve known Jane for a few years and last October she invited me along to one of her workshop’s at Westonbirt Arboretum. It was a brutally cold day but it was fascinating seeing my rather ahem rustic spoon emerge from a piece of wood. I was immediately struck by the idea of spoon carving by a cosy fire with plenty of hot drinks on tap and Jane was happy to give it a try.

Spoons

After a fire cooked lunch (of course), the students got stuck in. Jane is a very hands on teacher and when I popped my head in to see whether they needed anything I was astounded at the progress they were making.

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The workshop lasted for three hours (with a break for Baked Alaska from the smoker – I’ll be blogging about that on Friday) and everyone went away with a finished spoon.

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There are two spoon carving workshops in the diary. They cost £45 per person and include soup and fire cooked bread and a fire-cooked cake midway through the afternoon.

Book 31st March

Book 22nd September

Do keep an eye on the events page or Facebook as 2019 will feature lots of new workshops and events.

Flame on.

Kathryn

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