I promised spoontastic (spontanious) I would show my spoons. Took a bit because I waited on a gradient background paper to take pictures so here it is: My first efforts before I knew how to do shape of handle and bowl. Used a flat blank inste...
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Location: louisville, KY
Retired Engineer and Psychotherapist. Got into woodworking 4 years ago when a cherry tree fell in my back yard from ice storm. $3000 later I can make pretty stuff.
My favorite saying since I started is :
"woodworking - patience = firewood"
Every new project for me takes a lot of hobby time. Learning how to do something and then doing it takes nerve.
My wife and I playing with wood in Co.
-- Phil Zoeller louisville, KY
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If someone is to use this board I have to fill the cracks and make it look OK. Would not be sanitary this way. In this case I’m using casting epoxy. Tedious work. If a crack goes all the way thru, I had to put scotch tape on bo...
Cut off ends square and rounded edges 1/4” and sanded. I like it. Makes blocks on bottom and top complete. Used mineral spirits to show final color. Look close and you will see holes in walnut. These are soft centers of log used. I...
I had planned to cut the edges square but think I could add a twist be squaring up ends and leaving top and bottom jagged. What do you think? Tomorrow I will sand out both sides, cut the ends and take picture. I always round off top 1/4...