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    Default Post a photo of you spoons or Kuksas you have made

    I thought this would be a fun littel thread too do.So just post a photo of your little wood whittling projects,spoons,cups,spatulas.You know the sort of thing I mean

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    You asked for it














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    Thats the first time I've seen them all together Kepis, WOW!

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    Oh geez, now I feel like a dunce

    Here we go:
    Wooden spoon and oat scoop for my Mom for Mother's day






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    Nice work guys I been thinking of making one of those porridge spoons.I suppose I should post some of my littel whittling



    Spoon I made from ash and tools I used,what to have a go at making my own spoon knife some time.


    The small kukrsa is made out of olive and stained with coffee

    Get most of my green wood from this ash tree in my backyard.I got a few new projects nearly finished hope I will get a chance to take so photos in the next few days
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    Wow!
    Oz that's one big ash tree
    PMZ

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    Spoon I did for the May Spooncarving Competition...


    I kinda mucked it up and had to fix it with superglue (was at college w/out most of my woodworking supplies), hence the ugly fugly lighter-colored patches...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trekon86 View Post
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    Oz that's one big ash tree
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    It sure is,it's like a old friend

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    How do you attach the wooden spoons to the antler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEB View Post
    Kepis

    How do you attach the wooden spoons to the antler?
    Trade secret, all i do is drill a socket into the end of the antler then carve a corresponding peg on the end of the spoon to suit the socket, by carving the peg you retain the strength of the wood, to join, fill the antler socket with glue, be it alraldite or a more shrafty pitch glue and bond the two pieces together

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