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The Big Book of Whittling for Beginners - 20 Easy and Fun Whittling Project Ideas and Design Patterns You Can Carve from Wood With Step by Step Wood Carving Instructions and Pictures - cover

The Big Book of Whittling for Beginners - 20 Easy and Fun Whittling Project Ideas and Design Patterns You Can Carve from Wood With Step by Step Wood Carving Instructions and Pictures

Luke Byrd

Publisher: Luke Byrd

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Summary

Do you find yourself drawn to wooden art carved with knives and wishing that you can create all the amazing projects you see each day? Do you want a step by step guide on how to get started with whittling to carve out awesome projects in no time? If so, then read on…

Have you ever picked up a piece of wood and had that sudden moment where it is as though your mind opened up and you had a rush of inspiration on how to turn that wooden piece into something beautiful? If you have had these feelings, or you are simply interested in wood carving but do not know where to start, there’s good news for you.

Wood carving can sometimes seem overwhelming. With all the hardware required, maneuvering of wood and high skills deployed to create amazing artworks out of wood, it can sometimes look like a too daunting task for you to approach. But what if there was a way for you to satisfy your desire to create stunning pieces out of wood without having to go through the long and tedious process of cutting, drilling holes, and fighting with heavy machinery?

The way around this would be to get started with whittling.

Although not as elaborate as full-blown wood carving, whittling is a process of creating amazing artworks and utilities out of wood, with the aid of smaller tools that are easily obtainable. This implies that with some patience, attention to detail, a whittling knife, and some time, you will be able to create simple woodwork that is both beautiful and useful to you.

This book throws more light into the subject of wood whittling. As an ancient practice dating back to a very long time ago, whittling has evolved, and there is so much more that you can achieve with just your whittling knife and all the factors that have been mentioned above.

Within the pages of this book you will;

	Gain a better understanding of what whittling is all about and how it evolved.
	Understand the therapeutic benefits of engaging in the art of whittling.
	Be familiar with the tools you need to have a successful whittling project and how these tools are handled for the best results.
	Gain insider secrets on the tips and tricks of executing successful whittling projects.
	Be exposed to 20 whittling ideas that will help bring out your artistic and creative side to life.
	Be privy to some of the most frequently asked whittling questions that will provide you with a deeper insight and further guidance into the art of wood carving with knives.

…And a whole lot more!

This book offers a crash course for beginners into the art of whittling. Even if you had no idea of the craft, by the time you are done with the knowledge within these pages, you should be up and ready to complete your first whittling project.

It is not that difficult to create all those amazing woodwork you have wanted to create all this while with knives. With the knowledge hidden in this book, you are well covered.

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