23.11.13

Spoon Carving







I bought myself a set of spoon carving knives for my birthday.  The day they arrived, I no sooner took them out of the package, than my oldest boy ran off with them.  "Ooooh, carving knives," was all I heard as he ran to the wood pile looking for scraps.  Oak, maple, pine.... whatever he can get his hands on.  Maybe I'll buy myself wood carving knives for Christmas instead.

p.s. We're having a giveaway here.  

9 comments:

  1. That spoon carving position looks dangerous, he needs to get himself a leather apron to protect his manhood :-)

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  2. Very cool, though I have to admit it looks a bit dangerous in his lap!

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  3. Where did you order your knives from? I bought a coping saw to cut out some basic shapes from our firewood logs and am hopeful to carve this winter.

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  4. I found them both on Amazon. The Curved blade is a Mora 164 and the other is a Mora 120.

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  5. I really want to carve spoons! Thanks for sharing with us.

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