Wood Craft Clubs

Fox Chapel Publishing is happy to help you get connected to a Crafting club near you. Clubs are the perfect way to share your successes and failures, tips and tricks, along with building friendships with fellow enthusiasts.

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Arts and Crafts Clubs

Kentucky Guild Of Artists & Craftsmen
Contact: Maggie D Rifai
Box 291
Berea, KY 40403

Wood Carving Clubs

Lexington Woodcarvers Guild
Dick Mathy
3209 Post Oak Court
Lexington, KY 40517-3929

Whittlin' Piddlin' Woodcarvers
Randy Whisman
106 Churchill Dr.
Winchester, KY 40391

Falls Cities Wood Carving Guild
Meetings at: Elderserve Contact: Roger Idstrom
411 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, KY
(502) 326-3665

Ashland Area Woodcarvers
Meet every Thursday 5pm-7pm at Ashland United Steelworkers hall at 734 Carter Ave, Ashland, KY 41101
not provided
Ashland, KY

Woody Woodcarvers
Meet every Tue. night 6:00 at the First Christian Church
1030 College Dr.
Madisonville, KY 42431
270 871 4239 o

Woody Woodcarvers
Weekly carving every Tuesday at 6 P.M.
215 N. Main Street
Madisonville, KY 42431

River Valley Woodcarvers
and burners. We meet 1st & 3rd Mondays 7-9 and carve-in on the 4th Saturday 10-3 Beginners to Advanced
5160 Taylor Mill Road
Taylor Mill, KY 41051
859 525 6841

Scroll Saw Clubs

Bluegrass Scrollers
Contact: Tom Geist
Crestwood, KY

Woodworking Clubs

Tri-State Woodworkers Club
Contact: Harry S Pennington
1436 Cedar Knoll Dr .
Ashland, KY 41102

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Chris Lubkemann
Author Chris Lubkemann was born to missionary parents in Brazil where sawing, planing, hammering and building were a part of daily life. Scraps of wood became ready playthings as they took shape in Chris' young hands. There were boats, furniture, treehouses, traps and slingshots. He received encouragement from his parents to build and create.

In1972 Chris first published his notes on carving when he wrote and illustrated an instruction sheet on how to whittle a rooster from a small forked branch. In the 40 years since then, his original sketches and instructions have expanded. fine-tuned and changed. In addition to producing a number of his whilttling instruction sheets in English, thousands of copies in Portugese have been distributed around the Iberian Peninsula.

Chris is a regular contributor to Chip Chats magazine's Branching Out feature column. The Little Book of Whittling is Chris Lubkemann's second published titled. He previously wrote Whittling Twigs & Branches.

Chris' work in the ministry has taken him to many foreign countries and throughout the United States. Wherever he has gone, he has always had a pocketknife close by with a handful of twigs and branches. So, the simple craft picked up more than 37 years ago continues to be shared and passed on to people from all over the world.

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