For whatever reason, my wife has always wanted a giant spoon and fork to hang on the kitchen wall. This year I actually got around to making them. I started with two 24-inch pieces of soft white pine that were roughly 2" by 4". The finished fork ended up about 22" long, and the spoon about 18" long.
There are a handful of tutorials around the internet on how to make wooden utensils, and many right here on instructables. However, I felt there was still some value in sharing the methods I used to make mine.
The only major tool you will need access to is a band saw. Good luck, thanks for taking a look.
Step 1: Layout profiles
Step 2: Cut side profiles first
Be sure to keep all the cut off sections, which will be used in the next step.
Step 3: Tape blocks back together, drill holes
At this point, it is helpful to drill holes in the crooks of the tines.
Step 5: Shape outside of spoon
There are a number of ways this could be done, depending on what tools you have available. This seemed to be the most effective and least costly for me.