Green Mountain Woodcarvers


GMWC Carving Resources Page

In addition to the website and monthly newsletters, you can now find out more about the Club

by logging into Facebook and joining the Green Mountain Woodcarvers group.


March 2024 CarveIn Report:

This year March sort of came in like a lion a day earlier than usual due to Leap Year, but then returned to warmer weather. Not a lot of snow to be seen along the Interstate on the way to Randolph, but with a hint of winter returning with a predicted storm Saturday into Monday. Dave had the room at Magee Office Products all set up as 10 carvers arrived to carve. Bill Rice once again came to carve with us along with Gery Osterman. The morning was spent working on various projects from Carl's spoons and a very elaborate spoon project by Bruce. Oliver brought along a number of his recent projects to show what he has been working on. Matt had to leave by lunch time, so we went over ideas for the Mallard so we can start on a blank. The snack collection was going down as we took time for lunch and then back to carving till around 2:00 when it was time to head home.  


April CarveIn

Saturday April 13, 2024

Host: Dave Tuttle - Walpole, NH

For our April Carve-In we will once again need to leave Vermont... Dave Tuttle has again invited us to his house across the river in Walpole NH. The directions seem fairly simple, Take exit 5 off I-91, follow the access road to Rte 5. Go south to Rte 123 across the river to NH. Follow Rte 12 north and by a Ballfield is Upper Walpole Rd. (also labeled as 123S) If you get to the Shaw's Store, you missed the turn. Dave's house is on the right about 1 mile after the turn. If you get to a stop sign, turn around, you missed the house. You never know what to expect at our April Carve-In, at times we find ourselves carving outside in the warm sun, while a year later it's still winter and we head indoors to stay warm. Dave always has the heater going in the garage, and if necessary, we can move to the basement "Studio". He usually has a project cut out to try for the day. This is also a good time to continue working on your "unfinished projects", and bring along some you have been able to finish. Hopefully we will have a rough out of the August Class Mallard Drake ready to show, as well as a chance for catching up on planning our August 51th GMWC Show. We hope you can join us.


The Green Mountain Wood Carvers was organized about 65+ years ago by Collise Brown from Waterville Vermont to bring together people interested in the art of wood carving. At present, we have about 75 members from Vermont as well as other states across New England.

Members of the club meet the second Saturday of each month for a "Carve-In". The Carve-Ins' are held at members houses and shops across the state, and provide an opportunity for members to gather, work on a projects and share ideas. In addition to our monthly Carve-Ins, each August, the Club plans a week long series of events including a carving class, and our Annual August Show and Sale held in Waterbury Vermont.

You don't need to be an accomplished carver to join the GMWC, our members range from first time carvers to professional carvers. Members work in all aspects of wood carving including relief, chip, caricatures, birds and wild fowl. Are members are always willing to help new carvers get started.

Follow the website links to find information about our various activities, contact information, our membership form and a copy of our newsletter, News & Notes.

As of 11/18/20, the GMWC is now recognized as a Non-Profit Organization with tax exempt status of 501(c)3.

Green Mountain Wood Carvers

PO Box 1283

Stowe, Vermont 05672