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Share Your Bowls, Kuksas, Spoons, etc...

Discussion in 'Bushcraft' started by modernwoodsman, Jul 8, 2012.

  1. Here are a couple of things that made this week.



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  2. ghrit

    ghrit Bad company Administrator Founding Member

    What species of wood are they?
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  3. They are from a branch that I cut off of my Chokecherry Tree.
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  4. One more smaller spoon to add.

  5. Yet another Chokecherry spoon. I just wanted to make one fairly simple. Nothing special...

  6. More Chokecherry carvings...

    a kuksa

    and a cooking spoon
    IMAG2702-1. IMAG2734-1. IMAG2702-1. IMAG2734-1.
  7. Some Pine carvings...

    a spoon

    another spoon

    and one more spoon/spatula
    IMAG2654. IMAG2652. IMAG2595-1. IMAG2654. IMAG2652. IMAG2595-1.
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  8. ghrit

    ghrit Bad company Administrator Founding Member

    Nice carvings. Now you need a set with left handed threads ---
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  9. I guess I will have to practice that... [LOL!]
  10. Here it is...:)
    IMAG2740-1. IMAG2739. IMAG2740-1. IMAG2739.
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  11. ghrit

    ghrit Bad company Administrator Founding Member

    NOW you're getting there!! (Salad tongs next?)
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  12. sticks65

    sticks65 Monkey++

    all the carvings so far are great,keep on carving folks as its good for the soul.
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  13. Thunderbelly

    Thunderbelly Monkey

    Those are good. Keep the pics coming. What do you stain them with?
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  14. I mostly use tung oil or olive oil on mine.
  15. Here's a Hackberry kuksa I carved before I stained and polyeurathane the outside and coated the inside with tung oil.

    IMAG2715-1-1-1. IMAG2715-1-1-1.
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