Liam’s Luck Wood Craft
Treenware (kitchenware made from the tree) hand carved from Pennsylvania hardwood. Using historic tools and methods, we carve spoons, spurtles, and other useful items. Both functional and beautiful, these pieces, when cared for correctly, will last a lifetime.
Handmade wooden kitchen utensils, such as spoons, spurtles, cutting boards, rolling pins, and potato mashers will be on sale at this Maker booth!
Kids will have an opportunity to learn about the process Liam’s Luck Woodcraft uses in a hands-on activity.
“Using a wooden maul, kids can strike our froe (a wood-splitting tool) to help split pieces of wood”
This year’s Bloomsburg Mini Maker Faire will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 10am-4pm on the grounds of the Children’s Museum right in the heart of Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania.
Admission to this all-day event is FREE. There will be a large variety of Making activities, workshops and presentations and the Museum’s 50+ exhibits.
To apply to be a Maker at the Bloomsburg Mini Maker Faire, click on the “Call for Makers” button in the top right corner.