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Wood Carving Sets – What We Have, Shipping Terms, Recommendations


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Being a beginner is tough in any field of interest. It’s tough for a bunch of reasons: some people don’t like to look foolish or as if they don’t know things, some people are too shy to ask questions, some are afraid of starting anew. What would support anybody in this situation is other people being friendly, welcoming and answering those questions or even predicting them before they come up. Not an easy task to do, but a very gratifying one.

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We try to make sure that we fulfill that role for you with our tutorials, daily tips, posts here and countless wood carving beginners set options. Why so? It won’t be the first occasion where we state our mind: a wood carving starter set is more profitable and practical for newbies than buying separate instruments. It saves you money, time and worries on the things that you might not fully understand for now. That’s why it’s good to have such a saving tool set as an option. Let us welcome you warmly to the community and to this wonderful hobby, introduce you to it easily and make you excited about it!



Wood carving beginners set: what’s included?

Our kits vary depending on what you’re interested in. We have the sets of tools only, different amounts of instruments in them and styles they are designed for. There are also some DIY sets with wood blocks, instruments, patterns, paints and so on - those would be perfect as a wood carving starter kit UK (or anywhere else) for somebody who wants to begin whittling right away after getting the package.

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A set of instruments only would be more suitable for somebody at least a little experienced so that you have any idea of how to use those instruments and whether or not they will be useful to you. But the DIY wood carving starter kit Canada (or anywhere else) is a great opportunity for somebody who is oblivious to anything wood carving to begin their journey and get invested with this beautiful hobby that we here enjoy so much that we made it our life.

Wood carving beginners kit UK and worldwide delivery

We are happy to help out anywhere we can so the worldwide delivery that BeaverCraft presents is ready to take your order! Grab your wood carving beginners kit UK, Canada, Brazil or wherever you are - we’ve got two post services at our disposal and you can choose it when you fulfil an order. Take a look at what we’ve got, what we can offer to you depending on your level of skill and area of interest. If you can’t choose - don’t hesitate to contact us, we’ll be happy to help as much as we can with some advice and suggestions.

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You are also welcome to read up the reviews on our products from other people who’ve already tried them and can share their experience. There are video reviews on YouTube, text ones with and without pictures on Amazon, FaceBook and more. Thanks to the Internet, there are a lot of opportunities out there for anyone to try out and experiment with. We’ll gladly be an opportunity like that for you: grab your beginner’s kit and dive into this entertaining pastime with us! And below we give top-3 recommendations that would be useful for every wood carver. 

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How to keep tools always sharp?

Tools have to be in proper shape and able to serve you well as long as possible. How to treat your tools so they stay sharp?

Some tools seem sharp enough when you purchase them so you might think it’s okay to use them right after. Don’t do that. If you want your tools to serve you longer - always sharpen them gently before use and after it.

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When you don’t use your tools, keep them oiled and clean so they are always prepared to do the job.

When stropping your tool, run it back and forth against the strop slowly. Do it for each side of the tool. Don’t use short sharp motions - they can damage your tools.

Be very careful if you want to try another sharpening method on a power tool. It is very likely to overheat your tool and make the material of it softer or harder which makes it a totally different tool.

Designing a practical workshop area

We all know how important having a practical work area can be. Starting from inspiring you and finishing with being functional and useful, the workshop area influences a lot in your carving process. So what should it look like?

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First of all, it might be a good idea to have two work areas in your house. You can have an outdoor one for bigger carvings or for better weather and an inside one for when it’s raining or if you are working on something small.

For your outside area you can have some heavy fold-out tables with a few heavy sitting benches. For the inside area you can convert your attic or garage to work in it.

Don’t forget about lighting! It’s a very important part of any workshop. Having a lot of natural light or at least white lamps that are close to that is crucial to reducing the risk of injuries and improving the quality of the carving.

Tips on staying safe while carving

There are some things to remember while carving so you stay safe and healthy and enjoy the process.

Don’t forget about safety equipment. Always have your safety tape and thumb guard with and on you while working. They help prevent a lot of traumas that can be easily avoided.

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Clothes are also important. Grab your apron to protect your clothes and don’t wear anything that can get caught on tools.

Don’t risk your health by drinking some beer (or something else) while carving. Anything that can affect your judgment and speed of reaction can result in traumas.

Always sharpen your tools before carving. Working with dull tools makes you use more force to carve and that can be the reason for unexpected traumas as well.

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Hope this was useful for you. Stay safe while carving  and subscribe for more Tips&Tricks! 

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