Come learn the art of wood carving. During this two-part workshop, you will be shown all the steps involved with carving a wooden spoon, including choosing the right hand tool, understanding wood grain, gauging out the centre, and learning how to finish your piece.
Great for all skill levels. No previous woodworking experience required.
All materials included.
Class size limited to 10 students.
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About the teacher:
Bettie Cott is a Toronto-based furniture and product designer and maker. She holds a Craft and Design diploma in furniture, along with a diploma in Manufacturing Engineering Technology.
Bettie has exhibited work in New York and Toronto where she has been involved in a variety of local design events. Her work won her the 2010 Design Sponge Scholarship and Ontario WoodWorks Merit Awards, as well as, the Halton Furniture Makers Award. She has been published in magazines and newspapers: Azure, House & Home, NOW, The Globe and Mail and The Toronto Star, in addition to design blogs, MocoLoco and Design Sponge.
Bettie is an avid supporter of local design and believes in the importance of sustainable living. Her studio is located in downtown Toronto, Ontario, where she continues to extend her current collection, produces client-based commission work and collaborates with other local designers.