All of the plans and templates on this page are free for you to download (with the exception of "The Book of Spoon Templates"). Just click the image you want to use and print (make sure to print on A4 paper to get the right size). The spoon templates are based on designs that I carve myself. You can watch a video of me demonstrating my method here.

** A good tip is to transfer the templates on to some transparent plastic, it's really useful to be able to line the spoon up with the grain of the wood. A cut up plastic milk bottle works really well.

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I hope you find these useful, please do send me pictures of any spoons you carve using the templates (you can email me at willpwoodcraft@gmail.com) or tag me on social media (WPWoodcraft on Instagram, Facebook and Tumblr), I'd love to see them!

'Feather' Spoon Template

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Cawl/Soup Spoon Template

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Serving Spoon Template

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'Carving with the Grain' Diagram

Scoop Template

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Medieval-style Spoon

How to Carve a 'Feather' Spoon

How to Carve a Christmas Elf

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Pole lathe plans. Click here for accompanying blog post

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The Spoon Crank's "The Book of Spoon Templates, Vol. 1"