Block B (9:00-11:00 T/Th) or Hour 2 (3:00-3:50 M-Th)


Wood carving can be an enjoyable hobby and lifetime activity. Making things with your hands can be very satisfying. If you like the idea of whittling and think you would like to earn the Wood Carving Merit Badge, you should know that there is more to wood carving than being a fair-to-middling whittler. As with any art, wood carving involves learning the basics of design and technique. Design is what you would do; technique is how you do it. Wood Carving Merit Badge allows Scouts to match their creativity with their whittling skills to create wooden works of art.


Totin’ Chip

What to Bring:

Wood Carving Kit & Totin’ Chip

Requirements:  Click Here

Merit Badge Workbook: Click Here


$5 for a wood carving kit. Scout may need to work outside of scheduled class time to complete their project.