"The gender imbalance in woodworking has been a topic of much discussion and something very close to my heart throughout my years as a craftsperson. In fact, I originally started spoon carving due to the lack of female teachers and role models.
Over the years, many people have mentioned a feeling of apprehension regarding woodworking classes, a fear of feeling out of place in this typically male-dominated field. If this describes your feelings, then this is the class for you. We will create a welcoming and supportive environment for anyone who has ever fancied giving woodworking a try, but isn’t sure where to start."
June 7th & 8th $375
Introduction to Spoon Carving with JoJo Wood—
for Women & Non-Binary People
Having taught from the age of 18 and carved her whole life, JoJo has developed a unique carving method that relies on technique over strength. Her objective is to pass that on to you within this course.
Satisfying and delicious lunches are included with registration.
Bring a straight knife, a hook knife, and a hatchet or small ax. (Helpful info furnished to registrants).
Optional onsite lodging. Also, a nearby camping option. Details upon registration.
Course limited to 12 participants.
Plymouth CRAFT Green Woodworking Scholarship spots available. Apply NOW through February 6th!
After this course, stay for Plymouth CRAFT's first SPOON DAY, June 9th. Register here.