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#1 posted 07-05-2011 02:18 PM

Wayne, I have never used one but it looks like it might do the job. I bought a spoon gouge a while back but have not used it yet. If that’s good steel you should really be able to get a good edge on it and it looks like it would cut really well. I suppose from the looks of it that you pull it towards you like a draw knife. I’d like to give it a try as well as make some spoons. A good chip carving project would be a wall hanging spoon rack with several wooden spoons. I believe that there is a good plan for one of these in a recent Woodcarving Illustrated magazine or maybe a book that I own – not sure which.

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