It's been said that chip carving is one of the easiest forms of carving to learn.The books in this section will get you going in no time.The pattern and reference books will keep you in the chips for a long time.
46pp By Amy Lusebrink. This treasury of Celtic design presents over 150 Celtic borders, alphabets and decorative designs--ideal for use in graphics layouts, needlework designs and other arts and crafts projects. Each design has been clearly and boldy d
61pp By Dennis & Todd Moor. Learn the basic step-by-step tips to chip carving: from choosing the wood, correct tools, sharpening knives, and layout to finished project. Many patterns, tips and techniques are scattered throughout the book.
64pp By Craig V. Stevens. This book takes the carver step-by-step through the carving process, beginning with an introduction to the tools and the wood. Every carving step for 2 projects is included with a clear color photograph and a concise descriptio
64pp By Pam Gresham. A method of study that will allow the beginner to learn the fundamentals of chip carving, and help the more advanced carver to hone their skills. This book studies in depth the fundamental techniques of chip carving. It includes d
After winning several blue ribbons with her original geometric designs, Jan Jenson was encouraged to teach Old World style chip carving. Students loved learning this style, but after the class they would ask for more patterns. Therefore,...
CHIP CARVER'S WORKBOOK - MOOR
In this collection of the best chip carving projects from the pages of Woodcarving Illustrated, both beginner and experienced chip carvers will find this book a useful reference. Whether you are looking to make a decorative accent for your home such as a...
64pp By Craig V. Stevens. The author's unique chip carving style captures images from nature by using carved shapes and patterns rather than outlining the subject. This book shares this method in a step-by-step process beginning with an introduction to
64pp By Lora S. Irish. A second book by this new author/artist who has a new flair for contemporary and stylized patterns. Includes many patterns and borders for your creative projects plus tips and helpful techniques.
64pp By Pam Gresham. This book explores the wealth of design motifs, developed by the German immigrants to Pennsylvania. It leads the reader step-by-step through the process of chip carving each of these creations. In addition there is a gallery where
64pp By Pam Gresham. The patterns of the Southwest have delighted tourists and art lovers for years. In this book they are incorporated into the art of chip carving. Included are patterns and ideas with techniques of layout and execution. Each step i
Chip carving, also known as spoon carving or “Kerbschnitt,” is the ideal introduction to woodcarving for beginners. This simple traditional carving method uses just a few basic knives to remove selected chips of wood in small...