Spoon by Spokeshave

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  • #18655
    Ken
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    Spoon by Spokeshave

    #18657
    David Gill
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    Nice Video ken were did you find it, I could not see it on Paul,s blog

    Wigan, Lancs. England :

    #18658
    Ken
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    Hi David

    It was posted on you tube buddy. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    #18659
    STEVE MASSIE
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    I concur, this is a great and very helpful video, Paul and gang did a great job on this. As all way’s Paul demonstrates a couple different ways of doing things which to me is invaluable.

    Steve

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

    #18682
    Martin McColl
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    Great Video, glad to see I did not go too wrong in finishing my Mesquite spoon last weekend. Looking forward to seeing the curved scraper video.

    Martin ... Tucson, Arizona, USA.

    #18702
    Mexiquite
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    @mmccoll nice spoon, are you in texas?

    #18705
    Martin McColl
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    @mmccoll nice spoon, are you in texas?

    Thanks, I live in Tucson Arizona in a neighborhood that has plenty of Mesquite trees. Hopefully the trimmings from these trees will be a future resource for small projects.

    Martin.

    Martin ... Tucson, Arizona, USA.

    #18711
    dborn
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    As always, another great video. I had some scrap walnut and this video inspired me make this.. I did use a rasp to aid in the shaping.. Now i just need to work on the bowl.

    #18896
    Greg Merritt
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    I have not been doing any woodworking this summer and I haven’t been here on the forum for quite some time either. But notes from a couple friends, thanks Ken and Steve, and Paul’s recent blogs about spoon carving lit the fire again. So today I dug out a small piece of cherry and fashioned an eating spoon. Making spoons is very relaxing, there is almost no way of making a mistake. Just go with the flow. The decoration is a technique that I’ve been wanting to try for some time now, kolrosing. Incise your pattern with a sharp knife, rub in powdered coffee and oil as usual. Very simple to do and the possibilities are unlimited. Thanks for looking.

    http://hillbillydaiku.com

    #18899
    Ken
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    Nice job Greg, pleased to see you back into it buddy. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    #18900
    Greg Merritt
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    Thanks Ken….its good to be back…as soon as Joseph sorts the photo posting I’ll get a photo up.

    http://hillbillydaiku.com

    #18905

    Hey Greg, Glad to see you back! I wasn’t sure what kolrosing was and found a good article how the technique is done.

    This helped me and hope it helps other.

    http://www.pinewoodforge.com/kolrosing.html

    Located in Honeoye Falls NY USA. The Finger Lakes region of Western NY.

    "If you give me 6 hours to fell a tree, I will take the first 4 to sharpen my axe" Abe Lincoln

    #18906
    Greg Merritt
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    Thanks Brett…kolrosing is the easiest method of decoration that I have tried. That’s a good link that you found.

    http://hillbillydaiku.com

    #18908
    Greg Merritt
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    Spoon photo for my earlier post.

    http://hillbillydaiku.com

    #18912
    Ken
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    Nice job Greg, it looks great. ๐Ÿ™‚

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