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  • Smokey Mountain Woodcarvers...

    ...any other places to hit on a trip to PF or Gatlinburg?

  • #2
    Gene Webb has a store on the main road a mile or so from Smoky Mountain Woodcarvers. I've never been in it, so I don't know want he carries. I drove by it the last time I was in the area,but it was closed.
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    • #3
      Hi Michelle
      Gene carries a little bit of everything, not as big as Smokey Mountain tho. When I was there He had Knives, Gouges, Roughouts, books and other stuff.
      Larry

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      • #4
        Okay great, that's two places on the list. Any others?

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        • #5
          Not sure your exact route, but you might check locations for Woodcraft stores? Used to be one in Louisville and might be one in Nashville. Also, Steve Brown puts on the Renegade Woodcarvers Rendezvous in Lebanon, TN in October and in March. Even if you don't sign up for a class, you could drop by. All the instructors have rough outs for sell, Allen Goodman may be there sharpening and selling his knives, Rich Smithson of Helvie Knives usually has a table of his tools. He has the dates in his posts under Caricatures.
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          • #6
            Thanks, mpounders. I think I'll pass on Woodcraft stores...they don't thrill me much and I have a local location. I'm hoping to find small businesses, local craftspeople, and the like to visit. Some good suggestions here. Keep them coming!

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            • #7
              The last time I was there, there were a few woodcarvers (as well as some other interesting crafts)along the arts and crafts community trail:

              http://www.gatlinburgcrafts.com/easy_directions.html

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              • #8
                Thanks carver33!

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