Turning and carving.
Spoons for the lovers, for the wild life, for the belt or perhaps just for fun.
A hazle branch.
A spin on the lathe to give it a torpedo shape.
While spinning I cut a 2 mm spur.
Sanding 80 – 240 grid.
Cut of the ends, and split it down center.
To split it down center use a hand or band saw.
Then carve out for the soup.
Just about it.
This is what we end up with!
When we have added a O-ring.
You get it?
Spoons for two.
Store the O-ring in a safe place as you eat…
Clip it to the belt on the move.
Here we are back to nature.
I guess it was not a carved spoon, not a turned spoon, but a spoon it is, and even two. so perhaps I have finally become a member of the spoon club.
Hope this blog can inspire others to make spoons for two, perhaps even bring your beloved for a soup in nature,
-- Mad F, the fanatical rhykenologist and vintage architect. Democraticwoodworking.