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    John Moore
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    I got to finish up another spoon. This my first in mahogany. The leather strap was a request, they want to hang it up when not in use.

    To say I was inspired by some of Mr. Sellers spoon is a major under statement. I guess that is why we are here though.:)

    Thanks for putting up with my frequent post.

    Lakeland, Florida USA

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    #24116
    BrianJ
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    Nice looking spoon sir!

    Ontario, Canada

    #24117
    Ken
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    John I really like the spoon, it looks great.
    Just keep posting buddy, the more the better. 😉

    #24118
    Dave Riendeau
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    Looks great John, what size and sweep gouge did you use? I don’t know what shape size gouges to look for as I only have one I bought at a flea market.

    -Canada

    #24121
    Greg Merritt
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    Well done John…very nice.

    http://hillbillydaiku.com

    #24126
    str8tedge
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    John,

    Keep carving and keep posting. I’ll try and post mine next week, running late as usual. Too many people to make for and so little time left before Christmas.

    Joe B.

    #24135
    Paul Sellers
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    I love seeing spoons hot off the press. Very nice!

    #24178
    David Gill
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    Nice spoon John I like the flats on the handle

    Wigan, Lancs. England :

    #24187
    John Moore
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    Thank you each and every one of you who commented. It is encouraging.

    Dave, I normally don’t buy new tools when there is so many good used tools for sale for less money. BUT, in the case of the gouge, I simple bought the one Mr. Sellers recommended in his videos and blogs.

    http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/hirsch7straightgouge35mm.aspx

    It is worth every penny.(IMHO)

    Lakeland, Florida USA

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