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Carve And Share Class: Carving And Painting A Feather Pin With Jim Smith

When:
Saturday, November 02, 2019, 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM
Where:
Waunakee Senior and Village Center
333 South Madison Street
Waunakee, WI  53597
Contact(s):
April Bird
Category:
Carving Classes/Seminars
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Only
Capacity:
8
Available Slots:
4
$15.00

Carving and Painting a Feather Pin

The subject is a wood duck sidepocket feather.


Items to bring with you:

  • Your favorite carving knife
  • A desk lamp
  • Magnifier glasses
  • Woodburning pencil w/ wire tips & heat control (if you already have one). 
  • A hair dryer

  • I will provide:
  • Carving blanks
  • Abrasive cloth
  • Brushes 
  • Paints
  • Pin findings
  • Two woodburning stations
  • Two rotary tools w/ sanding disks & a dust collector

  • In the morning, we will shape the feather blank using tools of your choice and abrasive cloth. We will then texture the feather with a wood burning tool and seal the feather with a protective coating.

    In the afternoon, we will paint the feather pin, apply a protective finish and attach a pin finding.

    There should be sufficient time to make more than one feather pin, if you wish.

    For reference, see the following pdf documents on the CACW website:

    Carving a Feather Pin
    Painting a Wood Duck Sidepocket Feather

    If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me via jimsmith407@gmail.com.