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    Default Spoon Set

    Following the GI spoon challenge, see this thread for details, i thought i would take the design of the spoon one step further and make a set of spoons, so that's exactly what i did, the set comprises a tea spoon, an eating spoon and a cooking spoon, the eating spoon is the one made in response to the original challenge from Bike Bum.







    Last edited by Kepis; 01-03-2012 at 21:47.

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    lovely set of spoons, really like the shape.

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    Spoons look nice mate, did you sand them.
    Hugo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugo View Post
    Spoons look nice mate, did you sand them.
    They are sanded to within an inch of their lives mate

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    Lovely job Kepis. Are they sycamore?

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    Challenging you to make a spoon is like challenging me to be offensive

    Good work as per normal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by craeg View Post
    Lovely job Kepis. Are they sycamore?
    Cheers mate, all in Sycamore Craeg

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    Quote Originally Posted by spandit View Post
    Challenging you to make a spoon is like challenging me to be offensive

    Good work as per normal!

    you teach me & i'll teach you - hows that for a deal

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    oooh you are a clever dicky
    Whittler Kev.
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    very very nice, a great little set as always mate
    if i could live in the wild, i would

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    my stew needs a stir, may i borrow a spoon or 3? theyre braw mate

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    I'm going right off you mate. Your spoons are so much better than mine, and you seem to make them in an eyeblink.

    It's that or I'll have to commission a few...
    Stupidity got us into this mess. Why can't it get us out?


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    That's the nicest set I have ever seen my friend!
    Quote Originally Posted by Shambling Shaman on his Christmas wish list
    Yep, world peace, end to hunger,

    and possibly a new scope for my rifle.

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    Oh my.. they are absolutely stunning Kepis. You did yourself proud.

    How many hours do you reckon? From start to finish?

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    nice spoons, i like the bowl shapes.Well done.
    regards chris.

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    Those are lovely spoons Mate it was fun doing that with ya to look forward to the next challenge

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    Very nice work Kepis.
    I like the leaf shape of the bowl ; very bushy.
    Cheers , Simon
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    Have I seen these for sale in Poundland..................... ......only joking, they are very good quality, wish I could get mine half as good.

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    Wonderful looking trio there.
    Well done.

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    Really nice and clean, love the shape and the scaling
    Wonderful work as always

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