How to Care for Wooden Kitchen Utensils
Make a wood spoon oil from natural ingredients and care for wooden kitchen utensils with this simple method so that they can serve you well for a long time.
Joe Bass on Instagram: “My nephew came this weekend and helped me build this spoon mule. The maiden spoon is a mesquite scoop. Thanks to @michigansloyd for the…”
48 Likes, 3 Comments - Joe Bass (@joerobertbass) on Instagram: “My nephew came this weekend and helped me build this spoon mule. The maiden spoon is a mesquite…”
hand hewn bowl adventure - FineWoodworking
Friends, I have been on an adventure to make hand-hewn breadbowls. It has been a learning experience that began with seeing Rip Mann’s bowls at the Waterford, VA show, some […]
Spoon making 101 - Work holding devices.
If you want to try your hand at spoon carving then the first thing you will need is a way to hold your work while you carve away. The sh...
Spoon Mule / Shavehorse Combo
A friend and I made a pair of these combo spoon mule/shavehorse. We spent our spare time over a month to build these. The bench is the constant for both tools. You can remove the mule head by taking out a wooden key and then attaché the trad...
Fly Fishing Nymphs Nymphing No-Nos | MidCurrent
In fly fishing with nymphs, knowing what not to do can be more important than knowing what you should do. Here are five no-nos to avoid when nymphing.
Spooncarving... Without a hook knife.
A friend of mine in Croatia showed me a photograph of a spoon she had carved. She has no specialist bushcraft tools so used her imagination and came up with a splendid idea, she used some broken glass. This got me thinking, how do I carve a spoon bowl without a hook knife. I know you can use a hot coal and a straw to carefully burn a depression in a bowl, but this often ends up with cracking if not done extremely carefully. Then I remembered the friction fire lighting blog I posted a little…
Instagram post by Brian Takeuchi • Sep 14, 2016 at 7:27am UTC
299 Likes, 12 Comments - Brian Takeuchi (@takeuchi_woodcarving) on Instagram: “Getting excited for my next carving , my plan is to use some walnut. I spent a good part of the day…”
Jarrod Dahl on Instagram: “Spoon mules meet. #spooncarving #spoonmule #realcraft”
110 Likes, 5 Comments - Jarrod Dahl (@jarrod__dahl) on Instagram: “Spoon mules meet. #spooncarving #spoonmule #realcraft”