Spoon Making Class / Sunday 8th October
Spoon Making Class / Sunday 8th October
Spoon Making Class / Sunday 8th October
Spoon Making Class / Sunday 8th October
Spoon Making Class / Sunday 8th October
Spoon Making Class / Sunday 8th October
Spoon Making Class / Sunday 8th October
Spoon Making Class / Sunday 8th October

Spoon Making Class / Sunday 8th October

Regular price
Sold out
Sale price
$160.00
Unit price
per 
Tax included.

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL! BOOK A CLASS BEFORE END OF DAY SUNDAY, 6 AUGUST, TO RECEIVE AN AUTOMATIC 25% OFF.

 

Learn how to make a spoon!

In this one day class of 6,  I will teach you my own technique for carving a spoon using reclaimed native NZ timber. I will talk you through the properties of wood to help you carve more effectively, and together using a hook knife and a blade we will carve a spoon, your spoon will then be finished with sandpaper, and oiled with a New Zealand made beeswax.

There are three different shapes of spoon to choose from which will be in either Kauri, Rimu, or Totara. This class teaches spoon carving using reclaimed hardwood, not Greenwood, which is common for spoon carving.  

STUDENTS - Please use code IAMASTUDENT at check out for a student discount, please promptly follow your order with an email of your student ID as proof. Please only use this discount if you are a current student. If a student ID is not received before the class, or any persons not a current student and using the discount will be issued a refund and kindly asked to proceed with the correct price. 


Date:
Saturday 7th October

Time:
9am - 3pm 

Location:
The Warren
2a Cross Street
Auckland Central

Parking:
If you are driving to the class you have a few options for parking, paid and free.

Paid
There is a Wilsons Parking building on Cross Street, it is a flat rate of $15 per day on the weekends. There is also pay by the hour street parking available on Cross Street.

Free
There is free parking on Upper Queen Street, plenty of parks around the area where Upper Queen meets Randolph, Karaka, and Dacre Streets. The walk to The Warren from here is 4-6 minutes. Free parking on Cross St on Sundays.

Details:
Hot coffee will be supplied on arrival, and there will be a half an hour break for lunch where you can see what Karangahape Road has on offer, or you can bring your own.

The Warren is a working, private workshop, it is possible there may be someone using machinery during the class, however there is a door that separates the class from the noise and the dust.

The workshop can be cold in the wintertime, please wear warm clothing that you don't mind getting sandy, and comfortable shoes that cover your toes, you will be standing for a good portion of the class.

If you have purchased a class and you are unable to make it on the day please give as much warning as possible via email or text, and I will issue you a refund, any refunds will incur a $10 fee to cover the processing fees.

If you have any further questions please feel free to get in contact, i'd be happy to answer any question you may have.