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Holiday whittling

Discussion in 'DIY and Traditional crafts' started by Stew, Sep 17, 2019.

  1. Stew

    Stew Bushcrafter through and through

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    My friends sit with a book in the mornings while we're holidaying but I like to whittle while I have my coffee.

    I took a rough axed billet of cherry with me and then from that point on just slowly removed the bits that didn't suit with a knife or two.

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  2. Stew

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    Oh and stale baguettes are good for practice too!!!
     
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    I love the grain in the bowl of your spoon! Beautiful!
     
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    Nicely done ......
     
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    goodjob, nice spoon
     
  6. Stew

    Stew Bushcrafter through and through

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    Thanks.

    Cherry is a tough wood to carve but worth it. The smell is great too!
     
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    Nice carving. The spoon turned out rather well.
     
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    Superb carving! Cherry does make for a lovely spoon.
    Interesting baguette carving - is that technically a breadspirit?
     
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    Stew Bushcrafter through and through

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    You're probably right! It was impressive how solid it was to carve!!
     
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    Nice work!! Especially the baguette :)
     

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