Been following Paul's blog on oilstone holder

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    Dave Riendeau
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    Not an oil stone but I use these for sharpening all my small knives.

    -Canada

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    dborn
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    @dborn

    Are those Arkansas stones? Nice boxes!…Btw, what did you use mahogany?

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    Dave Riendeau
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    @dave

    @dborn I think these are some type of ceramic stones, not arkansa stones. They are small, 1/2 inch thick by just a few inches long. The wood is sapele.

    -Canada

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    STEVE MASSIE
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    @smassiesr

    Nice job on the boxes I plan on making some boxes for my stones as well, I really enjoyed the blog and tutorial. I think I am going to try pine and see how they turn out as I do not have a supply of good hardwood scraps.

    Steve

    Steve Massie, I live in the great State of Florida, US

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    Dave Riendeau
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    @dave

    Steve, it’s a fun project for sure and you end up with some nice looking stone holders. Pine would work great too, I’ve got a whole tub of off cuts of various woods I’ve been collecting for a few years and have never really done anything with them, so this is a great project for using them up. I’ve got several more to make for my stones I use to sharpen my kitchen knives.

    -Canada

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