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Last Update: August 23, 2017

Our Mission

The Duneland Woodcarvers Club provides a forum for the exchange of information, ideas, and techniques concerning wood carving to its participants and other interested persons.   

Our purpose is to create a greater understanding of woodcarving as an art form in the eyes of the general public, and to preserve and promote the art of woodcarving by generating an interest in becoming a woodcarver.   

(Disclaimer:  Woodcarving requires very sharp tools and there is an inherent danger.  Knife cuts can cause serious injury. Woodcarving should be done under proper supervision, using safety gloves and finger-guards, with a skilled instructor until you learn the basics and safety precautions.  Duneland WoodCarvers is not responsible for any injuries you inflict upon yourself or others as a result of carving at your home or at other locations. Numerous websites are referenced on our website for your convenience. Duneland WoodCarvers is not affiliated with these websites information, products or sales. Duneland WoodCarvers does not receive profits from advertising or sales on these websites. Duneland WoodCarvers is not responsible for any transactions you do with these websites or companies. Please verify dates and locations before traveling, as we cannot guarantee accuracy of other websites.)

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  1. I was wondering if you would carve a walking stick for my dad. He has given so much to everyone else I would like to do something nice for him. He has a dog that we say saved his life. My dad fell into a deep depression and gotten sick after his dog (  Krieghoff) 

    died of cancer. About 6 weeks later  we found a puppy that we hoped dad would like. We took him on a road trip to see the puppy and yes he found one out of the litter he fell in love with.. I don’t think that dogs feet ever touched the ground for a month. My dad carried him everywhere and even had nap times for him.. Now my dad is getting older and having problems doing what he loves to do be outside with his dog in a field.. I’m by no means wealthy I’m just trying to find someone to help me out I’m able to afford to pay around 80 dollars for this walking stick. I would like a picture of his dog carved into it with his name under it, a man standing in a field with a rifle and his dog next to him, near the bottom of it would like Krieghoff name for the dog he had to put down. I looked up someone local that said he could do it and as you can see by the pictures it looks like a kid done it and paid 60 dollars for it. This would mean the world to me to have this done and done where I could feel proud to give it to my dad without him I wouldn’t have been the person I am today. You see he is my step dad yet he never made me feel like a step kid and raised me as one of his own children. Please let me know if you are able and willing to do this for me..

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