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Making Wooden Spoons by Hand.

In preparation for this blog post I want to suggest some things that will make the task systematically simple and safe to do. This is all before we get into the actual step by step how-to with drawings and images later this week.  I think that it’s important to establish methods readily inclusive for raw …

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Spoon making – Carving out the bowl

Today I want to take two generally divided worlds of spoon making and unite them. Instead of seeing the axe-cut knife-cut spoon making as a splinter group from the world of woodland crafts, we engage them with other tools like the bow or frame saw, bevel-edged chisel, spokeshave, gouge and scraper; tools more generally associated …

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Spoon making – Methods for shaping

Try to remember throughout the processes of how we can make spoons that we are interested in investigating areas of woodworking and the goal is not to become a spoon maker unless that’s the limited sphere you want to gain to operate in. Spoon making using these different methods, tools, techniques and so on give …

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YouTube on Spoon Making at the Bench – Real Woodworking

[lightbox link=”https://paulsellers.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2013/08/DSC_00461.jpg” thumb=”https://paulsellers.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2013/08/DSC_00461.jpg” width=”600″ align=”left” title=”DSC_0046″ frame=”true” icon=”image”]The recent blog I did on making spoons at the bench hybridising woodcraft with bench-craft is now watchable on YouTube. I enjoyed doing this video and the previous one on making spoons with the axe and knife. I still used an axe for some of the work but …

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