This is a brief introduction to "Carving a Lily & Rose."
This lesson teaches how to carve a Lily & Rose design into a box lid made of maple.
- Lesson Contents: 3 episodes; template, tool list, and photo available in Episode 1
- Type of Wood: Maple
- Size: 5-3/4"w x 2-1/4"h x 3/16"d
- Tool List: 6mm, v-chisel; #3, 6mm; #3, 14mm; #5, 8mm; #5, 14mm; #7, 6mm; #7, 14mm; 8mm, skew chisel
- Skill Level: Intermediate
= More Lessons at the Intermediate Skill Level =
Beautiful work; very inspiring.
I have enjoyed watching your videos. The information you provide is very helpful. I’ve been carving for about two months and only started when I found your web site. I watched the free videos and was hooked.
I like the lily & rose and have been working on it. I’ve completed several of your designs in poplar and just found a local supplier for basswood. I love your work so keep it coming.
Thank you! Have fun!!
I just completed this project. I did it in maple as you did. The only thing I did a little different I expanded it from the original 5-3/4″ X 2-1/4″ to 7″ X 2/76 to better fit on a 10″ X 5-1/2″ board. Doing flowers is such a rewarding challenge!
Congrats! Maple can be quite a challenge. I’m glad you enjoyed it!