Wooden spoons are very useful in most homes and the fact that carving is fun can increase their value to your kitchen. Although it is possible to buy wooden spoons from the local shops, nothing beats making them at home. You not only get to enhance your creative skills by making one but also save money that you might have spent buying spoons from a shop.
If you need some ideas on what to make then why not try making wooden spoon carvings? Now, what’s the best wood for carving wooden spoons? The wood used for these greatly depends on the type of carving you will be doing for each project will require different types of wood as well as different carving tools.
Avoid the use of softwoods Since they are generally not ideal for curving. There are so many kinds of hardwoods out there, finding an ideal wood for spoon carving is not that hard. You need to know, however, what types are ideal for spoon carving and which are not.
Softwoods like basswood should be avoided as they break too easily when used for spoon carving. If you have already carved using softwoods or plan on doing so, make sure that your spoons get boiled before