Stickmaking, a popular past-time in England, is covered in these various books. Also many more modern approaches to making canes and walking sticks are covered. You will not run out of ideas with what is offered here.
64pp By Tom Wolfe. Walking sticks come in 3 categories: the cane, the staff or hiking stick, and the chest-high quarterstaff. Each of these types is generously represented among the 86 patterns in this book. Their designs include everything from fish t
64pp By Tom Wolfe. Tom leads the reader step-by-step along with 21 of his fellow caricature carvers to create a "Friendship Cane Gallery". Full color illustrations in clear concise explanation offer unlimited possibilities for creativity.
CARVING ANIMAL CANES & WALKING STICKS WITH POWER - RUSSELL
48pp By Tom Wolfe. This book is devoted to canes and walking sticks. Patterns for 11 figures are included with 2 of them carved step-by-step. The carver can follow the color photographs of each step.
64pp By Tom Wolfe. A step-by-step instruction to creating a fancy walking stick with a knob at the top rather than a handle. This knob provides the carver with many possibilities. In this book, a woodsman's head is illustrated from the beginning of th
80pp By Frank Russell. Over 145 clear color photographs illustrate each step, from carving the blank and setting the eyes to texturing feathers and painting the completed handle. Patterns are provided for 15 cane handle projects: including the american
64pp By Tom Wolfe. 23 new cane designs with carving secrets are illustrated in full color photos of step by step instructions. A gallery of 25 canes and 11 patterns make this a most useful aid to carving.
HOW TO CARVE A WOODSPIRIT IN A HIKING STICK - SKYLAR JOHNSON
64pp By Dales Powers. With a combination of simple instructions and over 220 clear color photographs the author takes readers step-by-step throught the process of creating beautiful wooden traveling canes with power tools. A color gallery of finished ca
160pp. 22 sticks offer the stick maker a diverse selection. Learn to choose or grow you own wood, season, shank and ultimately finish your project. These projects reflect a diversity that include knob handles, cardigan sticks and thumbsticks.
pp 144 photos 237. The author's uncle cultivated his interest in making sticks and encouraged him to enter his work in local craft shows. He makes a wide range of sticks, but it is his specialities – horn crooks and Cardigan walking sticks – which...
48pp By Tom Wolfe who guides the reader throught the carving of a particularly clever cane, a fancy bird that doubles as a nutcracker. He explains carving, painting, and finishing the piece, as well as fitting the handle to the spindle. The step-by-step