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Follow alongside Paul as he shows you how to make a Soup Spoon, a great design with the added feature of a hook placed on the back of the handle. For those who take pride and care when cooking, this feature helps you to avoid those pesky drips by hooking on to the side of the pan. What more could you want from a spoon?
For anyone who is just starting out in the wonderful world of woodworking, why not check out our step-by-step spoon course on Common Woodworking: https://commonwoodworking.com/courses/how-to-make-a-spoon/
Click here to learn more about how to handle and get the best out of your Spokeshave. It’ll give you all the information you need to help you be on your way to mastering this versatile and underestimated tool: https://commonwoodworking.com/spokeshave-control/
Missing a tool off of the list below? Do you not own a curved scraper? Well why not create one yourself! You can learn how to create your very own curved scraper here: https://commonwoodworking.com/rounded-card-scraper/
- Chisel Hammer
- Curved Scraper
- Bandsaw or Coping Saw