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Old 11-27-2017, 09:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Spoon #3 also from Mountain Laurel with a concave flute on back of handle. This one had some cool grain lines as the spoon bowl was cut right beside the pith.
Finish on all is a Mineral Oil/Beeswax blend.
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Nice work Charlie!

Carver and turner extraordinaire! You tha man!
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Very nice Charlie! I'm glad my mom didn't have one like that when I was little, it looks like it could give - and take - a serious beating!
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Very nice Charlie! I'm glad my mom didn't have one like that when I was little, it looks like it could give - and take - a serious beating!
Too Funny!.....Memories!
These are not really big enough for that. The longest is probably 8.5 long.
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Very nicely done
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Very nice Charlie! I'm glad my mom didn't have one like that when I was little, it looks like it could give - and take - a serious beating!
Too Funny!.....Memories!
These are not really big enough for that. The longest is probably 8.5 long.
Well they're quite impressive for your first spoons. I assume you've carved before?
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Very nice Charlie! I'm glad my mom didn't have one like that when I was little, it looks like it could give - and take - a serious beating!
Too Funny!.....Memories!
These are not really big enough for that. The longest is probably 8.5 long.
Well they're quite impressive for your first spoons. I assume you've carved before?
Thanks! I Just started a month or two ago with the worry fish....no carving experience prior.

Worry Fish!
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Very nice Charlie! I'm glad my mom didn't have one like that when I was little, it looks like it could give - and take - a serious beating!
Too Funny!.....Memories!
These are not really big enough for that. The longest is probably 8.5 long.
Well they're quite impressive for your first spoons. I assume you've carved before?
Thanks! I Just started a month or two ago with the worry fish....no carving experience prior.


Worry Fish!
Ok, I remember the worry fish. It appears you're a natural, well done! I'm looking forward to watching you progress.
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