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Chip Carving a Plate #5: Carving the Border

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Blog entry by MyChipCarving posted 10-01-2011 12:47 AM 6871 reads 1 time favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Here’s our next lesson on how to carve the border for our 10” plate. Take your time and enjoy the lesson and your carving! Don’t be afraid to ask any questions when they come up.

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-- Marty, https://www.MyChipCarving.com, 866-444-6996



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Sheila Landry (scrollgirl)

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#1 posted 10-01-2011 01:10 AM

What an excellent video! I haven’t been able to follow along with the class, but I am so happy that this will be in the archives for when I have time to take the course. What wonderful instructions you give! Thank you so much for taking the time to share your talents with us! :)

Sheila

-- Designer/Artist/Teacher. Owner of Sheila Landry Designs (http://www.sheilalandrydesigns.com) Scroll saw, wood working and painting patterns and surfaces. "Knowledge is Power"

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Mark Shymanski

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#2 posted 10-01-2011 05:13 AM

Wow, this is the first in the series I’ve seen. I will now have to go back and watch the entire series. Thank you very much for producing this.

-- "Checking for square? What madness is this! The cabinet is square because I will it to be so!" Jeremy Greiner LJ Topic#20953 2011 Feb 2

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MyChipCarving

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#3 posted 10-02-2011 04:19 PM

Sheila, thank you for the encouraging words! It spurs me on the continue teaching and producing lessons.

Mark, welcome aboard! You may want to check out the first class as well as it provides essential instruction on chip carving.

-- Marty, https://www.MyChipCarving.com, 866-444-6996

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Mark Shymanski

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#4 posted 10-02-2011 09:05 PM

I checked out the first in the series and will work through the whole list, I may need to order some of the supplies as well.

-- "Checking for square? What madness is this! The cabinet is square because I will it to be so!" Jeremy Greiner LJ Topic#20953 2011 Feb 2

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rrdesigns

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#5 posted 10-12-2011 04:04 PM

Excellent instruction! Every now and again I hear a lovely click and the chip comes out easily with clean sharp lines for my reward. It’s all the other times that you wish you could just refill the hole and start over…patience, patience.

-- Beth, Oklahoma, Rambling Road Designs

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rrdesigns

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#6 posted 10-15-2011 04:20 PM

Marty: Is it okay to do all of the #1 chips first, then follow up with all of the #2’s etc. on the border instead of working your way around the plate in blocks of 6 chips? As a beginner, I found it easier to remember the preferred order of the cuts within a single chip that way. Also repeating 3 angles with similar pressure (based on the size of the chip) seemed to produce more consistent results (for me) than changing the chip size so frequently.

-- Beth, Oklahoma, Rambling Road Designs

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MyChipCarving

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#7 posted 10-16-2011 03:31 PM

Marty: Is it okay to do all of the #1 chips first, then follow up with all of the #2’s etc. on the border instead of working your way around the plate in blocks of 6 chips?

This is a good point you’ve brought up, Beth. Yes, you can surely remove the chips in this manner. It can result in more consistent carving as well as more efficient movement.

-- Marty, https://www.MyChipCarving.com, 866-444-6996

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