Make a spoon carving knife
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  Re: Make a spoon carving knife by Timberwolf (https://www.youtube....)
I think I had seen it before, but lost track of the video.  I began dabbling in kitchen utensils, and was looking at various carving tools, but hadn't pulled the trigger to buy anything; sometimes procrastination pays!

Thanks for posting.  I have several candidate wrenches in the shop.  What I don't have is a belt grinder/sander.  Maybe it's time to find one of those over at Harbor Freight.
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  Re: RE: Make a spoon carving knife by WxMan (I think I had seen i...)
(02-14-2020, 08:17 AM)WxMan Wrote: I think I had seen it before, but lost track of the video.  I began dabbling in kitchen utensils, and was looking at various carving tools, but hadn't pulled the trigger to buy anything; sometimes procrastination pays!

Thanks for posting.  I have several candidate wrenches in the shop.  What I don't have is a belt grinder/sander.  Maybe it's time to find one of those over at Harbor Freight.
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Maybe it's time to find one of those over at Harbor Freight...

That's one of the best buys to be found at HF IMO !!!!! Winkgrin
"Retreat hell, we are attacking in a different direction"
Col. Chesty Puller C/O Ist Marines....Chosin Reservoir 1950
Jack Edgar, Sgt. USMC Korean War 51/52
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  Re: Make a spoon carving knife by Timberwolf (https://www.youtube....)
(02-14-2020, 09:03 AM)Timberwolf Wrote: That's one of the best buys to be found at HF IMO !!!!! Winkgrin

I seem to have read that on the boards before.  The price is such that I can handle it easily within my allowance!
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  Re: Make a spoon carving knife by Timberwolf (https://www.youtube....)
(02-13-2020, 11:16 PM)Timberwolf Wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TY-h3qRp308
Ring tool. Properly handled, it's a BIG Termite.

I use my Moras to scorp out the bowls after carving.
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