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  • NoDNA
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    npounders,, I had it page marked in my faves' and I had looked all over for it.
    Thanks for the hint . My carving group here in Milwaukee, OR. was interested after, I had told a couple of the guys.
    Chuck

    https://pinewoodforge.com/basics-of-kolrosing/

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  • mpounders
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    Pinewood Forge has some books and tools for kolrosing.

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  • NoDNA
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    Pallin,,,, Thanks for that site. And yep too Brian on the Wikipedia site. Thanks to both . My younger son,, now 53 does scrimshaw. and has for years plus does rock carving in large stone. .. Now I just have to get into yet another mess.

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  • Brian T
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    Probably "kolrosing," seems a surge in popularity.
    If it was done on bone or ivory, it was called "scrimshaw," done by whalers called scrimshanders.
    Wikipedia has some nice illustrated entries.

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  • pallin
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    This may be what you saw, on the Lumberjocks site: https://www.lumberjocks.com/stefang/blog/9060

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  • NoDNA
    started a topic Kolrosing? or like tattoo in wood??

    Kolrosing? or like tattoo in wood??

    Recently I was read/ saw here or some where an item about an old way of cutting in a design and rubbing in either coal grinding or more modern coffee grounds. Now I ma looking for the article.I know If I saw it one of you saw it also. Anyone??
    Thanks and if this is not in the right spot please move it ..
    CHUCK..
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