Over 120 designs — many more than 500 years old — include rosettes, borders, ornate squares, circles, and other symmetrical motifs. For use on wood-handled knives, large chests and boxes, other projects. Selected from designs originating in Holland, Spain, North Africa, Romania, Russia, Scandinavia, and Polynesia.
"Barton needs no introduction, he is among the best-known carvers in the world. He offers numerous patterns as well as brief advice about technique, sharpening, wood selection, and more. His skill is astonishing--it appears that he can apply outstanding carvings to any surface."--"Library Journal. ""Bigger than ever...All-color, with more than 250 full-color photos and drawings...loaded with patterns, instruction and information never seen before."--"Chip Chat."
Chip Carving Workshop
Author: Lora S. Irish
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated
Chip Carving Workshop takes beginning woodcarvers through all of the basic chip carving techniques, from tool sharpening and preparation to hand positions, chip cutting, and finishing. Readers will discover how to use both geometric shapes and free form designs to create wonderfully detailed patterns. Practice projects are provided for decorating household items and creating artistic pieces in a variety of original designs.
Functional Chip Carving Designs for the Home 36 Simple Projects from Bowls to Barrettes
Functional Chip Carving Designs for the Home features 36 beginner to intermediate projects from the archives of Woodcarving Illustrated that are as useful as they are decorative. From bowls and beard combs to coasters and coffee scoops, each original project includes detailed step-by-step instructions, coordinating photography, full-size chip carving patterns, expert tips, complete supplies and tools lists, and more.
Everyday Chip Carving Designs features 45 beginner to intermediate projects from the archives of Woodcarving Illustrated that are as useful as they are decorative. From bowls and beard combs to coasters and coffee scoops, each original project includes detailed step-by-step instructions, coordinating photography, full-size chip carving patterns, expert tips, complete supplies and tools lists, and more.
Chip Carving is the art of removing small sections of wood from a single piece of timber, usually to form geometric patterns. Finished pieces can be very intricate and complex but amazing results can be achieved surprisingly easily with the right guidance. Unlike many types of woodworking, chip carving requires very few tools, usually just two knives, and is a wonderful way too decorate all manner of existing objects including boxes, plates and furniture. The author guides the reader through the process of creating 15 distinctive projects. The necessary stages are explained with the use of detailed step-by-step photographs and accompanying text. The author also explains how to go about planning and designing each project in preparation for the actual carving process.
Chip Carving Patterns
Author: Wayne Barton
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated
Explore the wealth of design motifs developed by the German immigrants to Pennsylvania and perfect for chip carving. Pam applies a variety of the designs to a Wilkom plaque and a beautiful bible box, leading the carver step-by-step through the process of chip carving each of these creations. A gallery and patterns make this a most useful book.