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Another low space workholding solution is a Swedish lap vice. Basically a thick board with a couple of holes in it, and a loop of rope going...
Nice bit of engineering! Looks sturdy and fit for purpose.
Superb! Looks to be a useful size too. What do you keep in yours?
Awesome carving skills! Wish I could carve like that.
Tidy work! Although they are purely decorative, my favourites have to be the mushrooms.
Your tutorial is well written and easy to follow. One of your simpler knots, I found it easy to replicate, and it is quite decorative too.
Nice knife! Simple elegant design, lovely wood.
Looks very pretty! That courgette doesn't stand a chance.
Superb carving! Cherry does make for a lovely spoon.
Interesting baguette carving - is that technically a breadspirit?
Great work! I love the Mr Fox bookmark, and those coat hooks are very good - elegant and organic without looking too rustic!
Looks to be a very useful knot. Thanks for taking the time to post the tutorial.
That lathe looks pretty damned good! Beware - pole lathe turning is highly addictive. I shall look forward to seeing what else you make.
That looks good. I've got a bit of horn sitting in my garage waiting for me to do something with it. I might just steal your idea.
Nice work! Can't beat a lovely bit of ash for a walking staff.
+1 for common Centaury here
Roughly how long would a whisk like that take to make?
They look like a very useful and decorative knot. Is there a link to a tutorial?
Excellent work! That grain looks very pleasing. You would have to pay a lot of money to get something nearly as good as those in a shop.
My latest work on the pole lathe - something a bit different, and not at all bushcrafty, a turned wood penguin.
[img]Penguin1 by Alan Muddypaws,...
Good job - very neat stitching!