Spoon Links


I am glad to be able to gather a page of other spoon carvers for your pleasure. If you know of any spoon carvers that I don’t have listed, please send me an e-mail.

(* = New Link as of June 2016.)

My first link is reserved for Pinewood Forge because his photos of spoons for the mouth inspired me from the start to get back into carving. Also because he makes great carving knives. I highly recommend them for anyone wanting to get into carving spoons.

Hout van Bomen By Jan Harm ter Brugge in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Translated, the title means Wood From Trees. I’m Dutch, married to a Norwegian, this page is the perfect mix of both. Thankfully they also provide an English summary.

Kasikci (Spoonmaker) Zeki Celikci You won’t be able to buy these spoons on the internet, but I loved the pictures and thought it was worth while to advertise it.

Norman D. Stevens has been collecting wooden spoons from carvers around the world for the last 6+ years and has gathered 300, or more by now. A sampling of his collection can be seen here and his latest book, with more spoons can be found on Amazon.

If you have questions or are looking for spoon carving feedback, please check out this group on Facebook Spoon Carving, Green Woodworking, and Sloyd At this point in life, I am not reliable feed back, though I love a hello now and then. In this group you will have hundreds of carvers who can much better answer your questions.

A few carvers I have met personally:

Anna Casserley in the UK

The Axe is Bold as Love by Alexander Yerks in New York

Barn the Spoon by Barn Carder at 260 Hackney Rd London.

Hatchet and Bear by EJ Osbourn in the UK

Jim Sannerud in St. Paul, Minnesota

*Klipnocky Wood Shop by Patrick Diette in Western New York

Robin Wood by Robin Wood in Edale, United Kingdom

Rod Termaat

Steve Tomlin Crafts by Steve Tomlin

Woodspirit Gallery by Jarrod and April Stone Dahl in Odanah, Wisconsin

Mostly in alphabetical order of Web page name:

A and T Myrtlewood By Myrna & John Austin, and Sandie & Loyd Todd in Sixes, Oregon

Allegheny Treenware, LLC. by Stan and Sue Jennings in Preston County, West Virginia

ArtisTree by Dale Randles in Puget Sound, Washington

Barley Seed Woodcraft by Susan Kendrick in Bozeman, Montana

Barry Gordon by Barry Gordon in Syracuse, New York

Blackcreek Mercantile and Trading by Joshua Vogel in Kingston, New York

Bubba’s Spoon Factory by Bubba in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Cowboy Bob by Bob Tinsley in Jacksonville, Flordia

CP Basil by Mark Hamm in Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania

Crafty Owl by Tom Crowl in Westminster, Maryland

Craig’s Wood Works by Craig Fowler

Dan’s Woodcarving by Dan Gavrilyuk in Westfield, Massachusetts

David Hurwitz Originals by David Hurwitz in Randolph, Vermont

DeWitt Spoons and Bowls by Bob DeWitt and Dominique Vallon in Buffalo Mills, PA

Eco-Hardwoods by David Wolfgram in Ogden, United States

Edward Smith Fine Woodworking by Edwards Smith in Lutherville, Maryland

Elzner Originals by Wilfried Elzner, from Cobourg, Ontario, Canada

*Fiddlehead Woodworking by Amy

Forest Treasures by Bob Gilmour in Port Douglas, Australia

Fort Remington by DJ Remington in Oxford, Florida

Handmade of Wood by Ian in Kostelec nad Orlici, the Czech Republic

Heron Cove Wood Carving by Bob in West Sedona, Arizona

Herriott Grace by Nikole and Lance Herriott

Holly Tornheim by Holly Tornheim in Nevada City, California

*Hungry Squirrel By Will in the UK

J Anderson WoodWorks by Jim Anderson in Buffalo, Minnesota

J’Ustenbois Bolton-Est, Québec, Canada

James Loyd by James Loyd in Salem, Missouri

Jonathan’s Spoons by Jonathan in Kempton, Pennsylvania

Kirsten Hecktermann by carvers in Kenya

Knots to Bowls by Danny Price in Rockwood, Ontario, Canada

Larry Oestreich by Larry in Cincinnati, Ohio

Live Wire Farms by John Robohm in Jacksonville, Vermont

Lost Arts Trade Company by Ed Wentzler in Montoursville, Pennsylvania

M. Saito in Japan

Many Tracks Gallery by Steve Schmeck in Cooks, Michigan

Martin Damen by Martin Damen in Great Bourton, Oxfordshire, England

Meb’s Kitchen Wares by Meb Boden & Tom Vaiciulis in Woodstock Valley, Connecticut

Nic Webb by Nic Webb in England

Norm Sartorius by Norm Sartorius in Parkersburg, West Virginia

Out of the Woods by Bill Edwards in Libby, Montana

PJ Wood’s by Paul Jensen in Neillsville, Wisconsin

Sean Hellman Woodwright Designs by Sean Hellman in Newton Abbot, Devon, England

Simon Hill Green Woodwork by Simon Hill in Cheshire, UK

Sis and D’s Handmade Spoons by Doug Lamb and Celeste Wise in Clarksdale, Mississippi

SkeAnders by Anders Karlsson in Sweden (I think) Web page not in English

Something’s Happening Farm by Connie Heim & Howard Smith in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania

Soaring Heart Wood Art by Timothy in Portland, Oregon

Soul of Wood by Abram Barrett in Maine

The Spiral Spoon by Jo Wagner in East Glacier Park, Montana

Spoon Carving by David Knight in the North East of England

Spoons and Bowls by Alastair Dargue in Telford, Shropshire, United Kingdom

Spoon Maker by Karen Davis in Sunbright, Tennessee

Spoonderlust by Andre Souigny

Spoonmill by Christopher M. Fry in Denham Springs, LA

Spoontaneous by Terry Widner in Boynton Beach, Flordia

Steve Emma by Steve Emma in Providence, Rhode Island

Terron Dodd by Terron Dodd in Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia, Canada

Treeworks by Mike in Boise, Idaho

Treen By Nancy Lou Nancy Lou Webster in Elgin, Texas

Two Hands Craft by Matthew Comer in Union Grove, North Carolina

Viking Wood Carving by Phil Lacher in Minnesota

Wally’s World of Wood by Wallace Benjamin Shiffler (Deceased) in Camden, Michigan

Wanna Spoon? by Ray and Puff Smith in Marcola, Oregon

Wessex Wood Craft by Paul Brayshaw in Poole, Dorset, England

Windham’s Woodworks by Steve Windham in Brandon, MS

Wood Duflo by Mike and Roz Duflo in Dunkirk, New York

*Wood Mungler by Amy Leake in Sussex, UK

Wooden Way by Sharif Adams in the UK

Woodsman Crafts by Paul Adamson in Derbyshire, UK

Zumwalt’s Myrtlewood by Zumwalt family in Bandon, Oregon

Carving/Crafting blogs

(Note, not all these blogs are consistently active -much like my own- but I added them anyway. Enjoy!)

The Barefoot Carver

Dan’s Woodworking

Jarrod StoneDahl

Jon Mac

Owen Thomas

Robin Wood

Rob’s Woodwork

Sean Hellman

Simon Hill

Want to Try it Yourself?

A few sources to get good quality knives, to get your started:

Pinewood Forge by Del and Mary Stubbs in Leonard, MN

Deepwood Ventures by Paul and Pat Jones in Bemidji, MN

Robin Wood by Robin Wood in Edale, UK

Nic Westerman by Nic Westerman in Machynlleth, UK

Ben and Lois Orford by Ben and Lois Orford in the UK

Other Resourses

Just a note that if you are looking for inspiration- Instagram and Facebook both have great communities of carvers to learn from.

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