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  • Claude
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    Excellent spoon carving!
    Claude

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  • joepaulbutler
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    That is a neat, delicate carved spoon, I would use it to stir the beef stew . Well done . . .JoeB

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  • Flaco1
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    finished spoon
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  • jillinaz
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    Focus Jill. Focus. LOL. Must finish christmas exchange then can look at spoons I got some old magazines at the used book store a few months ago and some of them had spoon patterns so I shall did those out after ornaments are mailed. Thanks for the encouragement Arnie. Happy carving.

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  • Flaco1
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    Originally posted by jillinaz View Post
    Beautiful.

    A spoon is on my bucket list. However, I am fairly new to carving and besides chip carving I have only done a few snowman for regular carving so thinking a spoon might not be a beginner project but it is only wood so may try. They asked for ideas for classes for our monthly meetings for next year and I said spoons and it was received well so that is promising.

    Thanks for the inspiration.
    As the title says, this really is my second spoon I ever made. I have carved only in the round so chip carving seems difficult to me. If you can carve snow men then you can read the wood grain. Google love spoons pick a simple pattern and have at it. You can do it.

    Arnie

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  • jillinaz
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    Beautiful.

    A spoon is on my bucket list. However, I am fairly new to carving and besides chip carving I have only done a few snowman for regular carving so thinking a spoon might not be a beginner project but it is only wood so may try. They asked for ideas for classes for our monthly meetings for next year and I said spoons and it was received well so that is promising.

    Thanks for the inspiration.

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  • Peter-J
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    Very well done. Beautiful finish.

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  • SteveK
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    I am amazed at the small parts, like the birds leg. One slip and it wouldn't have made it.

    Something to aspire to.

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  • peppypoppa
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    You can sign and date that with pride!

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  • CaptBouncy
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    Hi Falco, lovely work, I really like the spiral work very clean and neat, well done.

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  • hstrick46
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    Very nice spoon, Flaco1! I like that design and you executed it beautifully.

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  • Flaco1
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    Thank you all for the kind words. I've only just begun doing spoons and I really enjoy them. I'm looking to order some Basswood and try my hand at Caricatures. I recently ordered some books on the topic and I'm itching to get started.

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  • joepaulbutler
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    This is another post I don't want my wife to see···just yet. I've got some other stuff to get carved. But a spoon is definitely on in my stack, will show her your later, know she'll like it as much as I do. . .JoeB

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  • Terry Murphy
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    great spoon, and thanks for the pictures

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  • dme253756
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    That is one of the most beautiful spoons I've seen. It is well balance in detail and symmetry.

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