Workshop schedule posted Tuesday afternoon or evening. There is no signup, it is on a first come basis.
Some leaders may limit the number of students. Last minute changes or cancellations are possible.
Every workshop may not be held every day, some will only be one day.

Download a current 2017 brochure for the Roundup

PDF BROCHURE

June 7-10, 2017  CARVING WORKSHOPS-changes/cancellations are always possible


CARVERS CHOICE
Tony Erickson
http://www.woodakoodashooda.com
Choose from several roughouts or a Character face in Bark  and
a 2-piece Mushroom House Light in the round..See examples on website.
CHAINS, SPOONS ETC
     WOOD BLOCKS
Leo Colburn Leo also brings a large amount of different blocks of carving woods. He brings his bandsaw for cutting to various sizes.
FANTASY CARICATURES Floyd Rhadigan  --- Teaches at the   Florida and NE Roundups 
http://fantasycarving.com/
Floyd has an ample supply of carving blanks.  He also presents a week-long Carving 
Seminar at the fairgrounds starting Monday after the  Roundup, see his website for more info.
BEGINNER PROJECTS
Rod Beamish
Rod has many different great projects for you to choose from.

Pictures of many projects can be seen in the Workshop Photo Gallery 


CARVING THE HUMAN FACE Jim O'Dea --- Teaches at the Florida 
and NE Roundups. 
http://jimodea.webs.com/
Possible schedule:
WED: --
Human Face study stick-basic face and open mouth
THUR: -- Human Face study stick-eyes and ears only
FRIDAY: -- Human Face study stick-repeat of Wed.
SAT MORNING: -- Human silhouettes.
TOOLS SHARPENING
and DUNKLE KNIVES
John Dunkle John will sharpen your tools and also teach you how to keep the edge on your tools.
WOOD SPIRITS and
BEGINNER PROJECTS
Dayle Lewis Dayle will have you carving a really neat spirit face in no time and has many beginner projects.  He also shows you how to carve walking sticks.  Wood spirits in bark and in the round are other projects.
FROGS and TURTLES Jerald Grusendorf Jerald has some great projects to expand your skills.
CHIP CARVING CANES Glen Kiekintveld Glen has some beautiful ideas for walking canes. 
WOOD BURNING 
for all levels
Dave Sanderson Dave will help beginenrs to experienced burners. Bring your own burner, he does have a few
loaners for those who don't own one yet. 
DANDY DUSTER &
FOLDING STOOL
Cliff Atwater Demos with his tabletop lathe and sells dusting brushes, folding stools etc.  
FUN THINGS and
BUTTERFLIES
Louann Stearns Louann always has some really neat and fun projects from beginner to experienced.
GRASSHOPPER Vanessa Jones
Fun gal to help you make a realistic grasshopper.
ANIMALS by hand  John Williams I am sorry to inform that John passed away 1.12.17 in Florida.  Prayers and thought are with his family and wife Barbara.
SMOOTHIE SHORE BIRDS Jack Miller Smoothie shore birds and how to make bird feet
DRAGONS
Ken Kohl



RELIEFand PAINTING
Stenmans
http://www.stenmanstudios.com
Relief carving and painting, many projects to choose from.
BARK CARVING
Molly Hanna
Various sizes of bark for your imgination.
WOODBURNING and creating
                GOURD projects.
Karen Hundt-Brown
 http://curiousoutlook.tripod.com/
Woodburning on gourds, you will need your own wood burner. This class also good for beginners.
CARVING IN BARK Joe Moran Has won many ribbons with his bark carvings.
POWER CARVING Howard (Pooch) Puchalsky Pooch will help you get started with power carving.
RELIEF CARVING
Jerry Chatfield Sunflower relief plaque and some Spiral tree ornaments. Different projects every year.
GREEN MAN RELIEF Maryann Cubberly Sm, Med, Lg green man. These are really neat and fun to do.
VARIOUS PROJECTS Randal Olds Randal has different projects and has hand made knives.
VARIOUS FUN PROJECTS
Ken, Ken, Ken and Bob
Burlington Woodcarvers from Canada
CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS Paul Balog Keepsake Christmas ornaments in a display box.
HUMAN FACES/BUSTS
Mart Lind
Learn how to carve real human faces.
FANTASY BARK CARVING
 Gary Bytik
He will help you create your very own fantasy bark house.
GUNSTOCK AND RELIEF PISTOL PLAQUE
Jim Finney
Bring your own gunstock.  Jim will help you relief carve a very realistic pistol on a plaque.
WOOD BURNING-CARVING
Brenda Lodermeier
pyrography, carving in the round, low relief, intaglio & working with gourds.
DUCK HEADS and PLAQUES
Mike Lodermeier
Small duck heads you can use many different decorative ways.
3D PICTURES in FRAMES
Jim Foster
Relief carved 3-dimentional pictures in their own frame.
WOODZELS/Puzzels
Don Butler
www.thecarvinggloveguy.com
Different carved puzzels and some carving supplies.

TOOLS and SUPPLIES available at the ROUNDUP
WOOD CARVING SUPPLIES MAY ONLY BE SOLD BY
WORKSHOP LEADERS or APPROVED VENDORS.


CEDAR BIRD SHOPPE
cedarbirdshoppe@charter.net
cedarbirdshoppe.homestead.com
Frank and Phyllis Burghy carry a full line of carving supplies and tools and attend many Michigan carving shows and events.  If you know what you want, call, and they will bring it to the Roundp for you.
Phone them at  989-928-4242   They are from Pinconning, Michigan
JOHN DUNKLE
Dunkle knives are well known around the country, he carries a large choice of knives and gouges. John is from Ohio and does a fantastic job on sharpening your tools.
WORKSHOP LEADERS
Leaders carry supplies for you in their workshops.  Some have various tools.
LEON STANDISH, tool sharpener
Keepig your carving tools sharp with Leon.
LEATHER PLUS Carving Supplies
Tools for woodcarvers website
Leather Plus has a great line of carving supplies and tools.
GRAPHIX SCREEN PRINTING 
Ron and Ida O'Dell
 http://www.graphix-1.com

Soft goods with the Roundup logo.  T-Shirts, hats, sweatshirts etc.
MOORE ROUGHOUTS
Hundreds of carving roughouts and all sizes of carving wood.

    CRAFT WORKSHOPS FOR THE NON-CARVERS




THESE ARE POSSIBLE CLASSES for 2017 but chages are possible
TEA PAPER FOLDING Pam Poole Make fancy cards by folding paper for design.
KWILTERS KORNER
This is for the ladies who don't carve but love quilting.  There is a separate building to use.
MIRROR AND PLASTIC ETCHING
Chris O'Dea

STITCH ON GREETING CARDS Ilene Grusendorf Hand stitch designs on greeting cards.
JEWELRY BEADING
Karen Watson
Make your own neclaces, bracelets and earrings
GLASS ETCHING
Sandy Maleitzke
Different ideas for using mirrors.

Updated:
1.10.17
Email web editor: Sandy