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Do you enjoy whittling, but feel like you're ready to try out some more advanced wood carving techniques?
Are you stumped by the huge variety of carving tools, not being able to tell the difference between a gouge and a chisel?
Are you ready to expand your toolbox with advanced wood carving equipment, but don't know where to start?
Whittling, and wood carving in general, is an extremely beneficial craft hobby.
It lowers stress and blood pressure, supports mindfulness, trains concentration, and reconnects you with nature, leaving you calm and relaxed.
But wood carving can also be a useful and valuable hobby.
Once you get the hang of it, you can create beautiful pieces to decorate your home with, carve unique gifts for your family and friends, and even furnish your house with stylish wooden furniture.
To top it all off, wood carving is an inexpensive hobby, and many intricate pieces can be crafted on a budget with just a few basic tools.
But the simplicity of whittling and other carving techniques can be deceiving.
This is a complex craft, especially if you're looking to upgrade your skills and explore some more elaborate techniques and equipment.
In Intermediate Guide to Whittling, you will discover:
And much more
Even though we're mostly talking about intermediate or advanced wood carving here, beginners will have no trouble keeping up.
That even goes for someone who has never held a pocket knife in their hands -- soon you'll be able to create masterful art pieces with just a little practice by your side.
If you're looking to upgrade your wood carving skills or are searching for a fun, relaxing hobby, then scroll up and add this book to your cart