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These are some of my favorite web sites and resources for woodcarving and my other personal interests. You'll find lots of interesting, helpful information on these Links.  While I have experienced no problems with any of these sites I would encourage you to keep your virus protection software up to date, Explore and have fun.


Caricature Cavers of America
The CCA is a group of twenty-five outstanding caricature woodcarvers who work to promote caricature woodcarving as an art form.  They do this by hosting national competitions, exhibitions and classes, as well as publishing books, and videos.  The site also includes bios and photos of member carvings as well as information on CCA national competitions and classes.

National Woodcarvers Association
This national organization is of interest to carvers of all levels.  It publishes Chip Chats six times a year.  It's full of "how to" information. show results, features on woodcarvers and more.

Texas Woodcarvers Guild
The TWG promotes woodcarving activities in Texas.  They host two week long woodcarving events.  The Spring Roundup (April) and Fall Extravaganza (Oct.) in New Braunfels, TX as well as the Texas State Championship Woodcarving Show and Sale.


Woodcarvers Illustrated Message Board
This forum has many different topics of interest for all woodcarvers.  It is sponsored by Woodcarving Illustrated Magazine.  It is a great resource for keeping up with woodcarving activities and other woodcarvers.

Carving Magazine
Carving Magazine is published quarterly.  It has lots of "how to" articles and patterns for carvers of all interests and levels.

The Carvers' Companion

This site publishes an "e-zine" magazine six times a year.  The Woodcarver Online Magazine includes how-to articles, carving events, patterns, and book and video reviews. Free


Moore Roughouts

Randy and Pat Moore offer more than 600 duplicated roughout designs in quality northern basswood.  They offer carving wood in a variety of sizes.  They also offer duplicating services to instructors or anyone needing multiple blanks.  They carry more than 100 original SHP/CCC roughouts.

Heinecke Wood Products
The Heineckes have been in the wood business for more than thirty years.  They have top quality carving wood in nearly any dimension you may need.  They also offer a variety of custom services and duplicating services.

Carvin Online
This is a video web site that can teach you the skills and techniques of some of the top woodcarving instructors.  Learn online - on your time schedule.

Halbrook Consulting

Dee Halbrook caters to small businesses with Web Sites, Web Hosting, and Business Continuity Planning.  Dee has been invaluable in advising and designing this web site.

Special Interests

National Museum of Woodcarving
This is a great, family oriented woodcarving museum located in the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota, very close to Mt. Rushmore and the Crazy Horse Monument ( pretty good carvings even if they are not wood ).  The NMW features a great permanent display of woodcarvings as well as carvings available for purchase from top woodcarvers. They also offer classes for all levels of woodcarvers.

The purpose of the ACT is to promote and preserve our Western Heritage, and to join together the artisans, craftsman, poets, song writers, cowboys, and cowgirls that are working to preserve and carry on these great traditions.  To make available to the world through the power of the internet , on one web site, access to the different crafts and trades that made the settlement of the old west possible.

Cowboy Showcase
This site promotes the authentic American cowboy spirit and lifestyle.  It also features a section on Cowboy and Western Art.




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