I am always asked what tools are good to start spoon carving with. Below is a selection of tools which I recommend and have for sale. I also have some hand made leather sheaths available and other wood products. Contact me via Email if you are interested in purchasing anything, or have any queries not already answered in the Tips page.

Knives are only sold to adults over the age of 18.

I also sell a range of hand carved wooden spoons, butter spreaders, spatulas and bowls. Stock is always changing, so keep an eye out on my Instagram page for new products. Email me if you are interested in anything.

Mora 120 Carving Knife with a laminated carbon steel blade (49mm) £18.00
Mora 106 Carving Knife with a laminated carbon steel blade (82mm) £18.00
Hand Sewn Leather Slip Sheaths in a variety of colours to suit the Mora 120 and 106 knives £15.00
Mora Precision stainless steel knife £15.00
Mora 840 mg Carbon Steel Bushcraft Knife £15.00
(Also available in a stainless steel blade)
Mora Craftline Safe Knife with a carbon steel blade and rounded tip £15.00
(Ideal for young children and forrest school)
Mora Wood Carving Basic Knife with a stainless steel blade £15.00
Mora 164S Right handed single edge knife with a stainless steel blade, complete with a leather protector £30.00
Bahco Laplander Folding Saw £22.00
Abranet Sheets in 5 grades grit, ideal for finishing off spoons £4.00
Strikefire Fire Starter (Large) £12.00
Wooden Plant Labels made from locally sourced Hazel wood £4.00 for pack of 10
(Write on with indelible pencil)
Hand Sander, supplied with two sanding belts