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Weekend Whittling Projects by Sara Barraclough

Four Quick and Easy Characters to Carve and Paint (Fox Chapel Publishing) (Woodcarving Illustrated) Patterns and Step-by-Step Instructions for Penguin, Bear, Snail, & More

Author - Sara Barraclough
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Learn to whittle four little friends!

  • Plucky Penguins with whimsical hats can be easily scaled up or down and have endless possibilities for hat shapes and painting patterns
  • Shrimpies are small, cute characters that can be made into Santas, gnomes, sea captains, and anything else you can imagine
  • Bear with Heart-Shaped Balloon can be painted as a lovely gift for Valentine's Day, an anniversary, or just because
  • Shelly the Snail can be adjusted endlessly, mixing complementary colors and creating an entire family of snails
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These 4 little projects are filled one-of-a-kind personality and charm!

Weekend Whittling Projects features step-by-step instructions, coordinating photography, and full-size patterns for a snail, bear, troll, and penguin. Author and talented woodcarver Sara Barraclough guides you through each adorable whittling project.

For each project, you'll find complete material lists, painting guidance, and inspirational ideas for reimagining these charming characters into your own original masterpieces!

Each project is designed to be made with just a carving knife and some imagination, so you can easily finish one in a weekend. There's also plenty of room to add your own flair and personality once you get the general shapes down.

Carve these little characters anywhere, at camp, at the game, in the car while waiting to pick the kids up from school, and anywhere else you have a few spare minutes.

Have fun and impress your friends with the cute little whittled creatures inside Weekend Whittling Projects!

More Information
Pages 25
Size 8.5" x 11"
Author Sara Barraclough
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Sara Barraclough lies in souther Utah with her daughter. She started carving about two years ago to carry on the legacies of her great grandpa and great great grandpa, two Scandinavian master carvers.