|Project by RPersad||posted 04-20-2011 04:00 AM||2360 views||3 times favorited||11 comments|
After looking at The Woodwrights Shop and seeing Roy Underhill make his grease box then looking at the ones made by MaFe and others here on lumberjocks, i decided to make one for myself. Its made from a chunk of 50-something year old mora that was part of a door-frame in my grandmother’s house until she recently put a metal frame in and a small piece of saaman for the butterfly. Its filled with an experimental wax mixture since i cant get beeswax where i live and don’t like the idea of leaving tallow at room temperature in the tropics. Its a lot of fun to make and i think i will be making lots more in the future:)
Dimensions: 3/1/2” L X 1/1/4” W X 1/1/2” T
Thanks for looking.:D
-- Measure Twice Cut Once -- It's a lot easier to cut more off than it is to cut MORON.