Wood Carving Tool Sets
For anyone who takes their actions seriously, it is important to feel confident about the things they do and the things they use to get to the aim. And here nobody is an exception – good wood carving supplies and the best tools are as important to any carver as the idea for the project and their talents. That’s why it is crucial to know where you can get those supplies and whom you can trust. BeaverCraft hopes our high-quality tools will be just what you need to feel confidence and comfort while carving, knowing that your whittling tools, wood and everything involved won’t let you down.
And now that you are probably wondering what BeaverCraft has to offer, we’re going to introduce our wood carving tools and whittling kit, carving knife set and all types of supplies.
Is it possible to find a wood carving kit in your stock?
Most certainly yes! We manufacture quite a variety of quality wood carving tools. They are suitable for carvers that prefer different styles of work, such as whittling spoons, geometry shapes, relief and chip approaches as well as the overall carving with details.
What’s also great about BeaverCraft, we do worldwide shipping so you can be not so worried about «Where to find carving tools near me?» question anymore.
Can I receive my wood carving tools set by post?
We’d like to assure you that all wood carving set you decide to order at BeaverCraft will be sent their way through the post, entirely effortlessly for you. Feel comfortable ordering a New Zealand wood carving set or even an Australia whittling kit – if you’ve got a post, you’ll get our wood carving sets!
It might be tricky to get the wood whittling kit you need at local stores so we wanted to make sure that we’ll be approachable to anyone. BeaverCraft wants to build a community, strong and filled with love for the same thing, so we’re happy to be reaching out to people.
What do I get in the wood whittling kit?
Well, here’s the interesting part! BeaverCraft has different approaches to the kits we offer. Some of them include only knives, some also add a small stropping set. We’ve got USA wood carving kit for beginners (worldwide kits, remember!) which has wooden blocks, safety tape, and a pattern inside them too. So the choice of best carving tools is totally up to you!
You may select a Canada whittling knife set – and receive the pre-sharpened razors that you can use right after taking them out of the box. Or choose DE wood carving tools and get to amazing products or kuksas as soon as your package reaches you.
The offer on Ireland tool for beginners is also relevant – these starter wood carving sets are perfect for people who haven’t indulged into the carving topic much yet and would like to learn from practical experience which utensils they need and what’s more interesting for them.
Is your wood carving knife set expensive?
That’s the question that would be the most practical to answer by looking at the carving knife tools set price on our website because everybody has a different budget. However, BeaverCraft’s goal has been and always will be to stay affordable and comfortable to use for everyone.
We’d like to give all the interested people an opportunity to develop their talents and create great things. BeaverCraft’s UK wood whittling kit would be an irreplaceable helper for you in reaching the needed result. And don’t forget that you are able to order anywhere you want, so don’t hesitate to check in your London whittling knife set order. All of our goods are delivered from the biggest European country that is Ukraine so it’s as easy as pie to receive the Germany carving set package!
What Does a Wood Carving Kit For Beginners Contain?
Getting into any kind of craft can be quite demanding and challenging. Those who learn about woodcarving from someone, be it their parents or friends, are lucky ones. They usually inherit or borrow tools, get tips and learn tricks for turning wood chunks into pieces of fine design.
However, we didn’t forget about those who don’t have anyone around to provide them with basic knowledge and tools. As you can see on our blog, before writing about anything regarding wood carving, we are very careful to provide beginners with all the necessary information. We want everyone to feel welcome to wood carving, and free to master their hobby.
That being said, we wanted to present to any novices here the basic elements of every wood carving kit. There is no such thing as a standard in wood carving tools. Just like wood design, carving tools are numerous and each piece is good for something. However, there are some guidelines we would like to recommend here.
As your skills grow, you will start getting new design ideas. Perhaps you decide to dedicate yourself to carving bowls? Or pens? Or maybe spoons? Once you know what you like to do, or once you decide on where you want to take your business, you will want to expand your toolkit.
What do I get in the standard spoon carving kit?
Spoons are something we all use on a daily basis. And we use them for one of the most important activities of all: eating food. Spoons made of wood are especially appreciated for pouring and eating honey.
Spoon whittling is something we all start with when we embark on our wood carving journey. They are easy to make and are great for learning how to handle different tools. Therefore, woodcarvers are often seen making and selling spoons.
Spoons are specific because they require deep, round hollows in the wood, and you can’t make this with standard knives. You can make spoons only with a tool that has a curved cutting edge. Because of their shape, these tools are called hook knives. But also, people also call them spoon knives, as they are so frequently used for making spoons!
Therefore, hook knives are the main component of every spoon carving kit. Depending on which design diversity you wish to achieve, there is a variety of hook knives, primarily in terms of size, type of blade (single or double edge), and, of course, brand and quality.
Other Spoon Carving Tools
Apart from the inevitable hook knife, for making spoons or any objects with a similar shape, you will need other tools as well. Most of these tools are quite affordable and easy to use.
The most important allies to hook knives in making spoons are axes and a straight knife. You will use these axes at the very beginning of your work, to roughly hack the piece of wood into something that looks like a spoon. Then, you will carve out the shape of the spoon more finely with the sharp straight knife. Only in the end, for making the main, hollow part, you will need a hook knife.
Also, if you visit any wood carving workshop, you will see that some carvers even use power tools. Electric machines are usually employed for doing the same job as an axe, just with less human power. A disclaimer in case you are lefthanded: some tools can be used regardless of your preferable hand, but some have to be specially designed for the lefthanded. So, before any purchase, make sure the product is suitable for you. How to decide which spoon carving set is the best?
There are several criteria on which you can base your purchase, be it a spoon or any other carving knife set in general. It will depend on your personal needs and wishes, of course, but we can suggest several here, that we think are the most important.
First of all, you need to check the diversity of the set. Does it provide you with all the tools necessary for making the design you want to make? Does it contain only one piece or several types of hook knives? Are there any handy accessories that come with the knives, such as lathes or gloves?
Then, you want to check the quality. Usually, the brand will tell you a lot about a tool’s quality. If it’s a well-known brand, which is in the wood carving business for decades, then you can be quite sure it’s a good buy. However, this is not a rule. Sometimes amazing tools come from unknown stores on Amazon or elsewhere. Another way to check the quality of the tool is to read reviews, like the ones you can find on our blog, or just read through the reviews of the product.
Of course, another criterion is the price. The cheapest isn’t always the worst, while the most expensive tools aren’t necessarily the best. It is your budget that will decide on the best price-quality ratio.