Lindsay Carves a Spoon – Get Woodworking Week 2016

March 20-26 is get woodworking week which meant that it was the perfect time for Lindsay to get out to the shop and try spoon carving!

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Tools Used:
3/20 Gouge: http://amzn.to/1SjzuMt
1/2″ Round Back Chisel: https://www.toolsforworkingwood.com/store/dept/TBBC/item/IL-100-30.XX
10″ 16tpi Rasp: https://www.toolsforworkingwood.com/store/dept/TRR/item/GT-CMRASP.XX

163 Hook Knife: http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/frosts163swedishhookknife.aspx?A=1314
164 Hook Knife: http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/frosts164swedishhookknife.aspx?A=1314
Carving Knife: http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/sloydknife3.aspx?A=1314

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5 Responses

  1. matt, lindsay is a natural, you should do a woodworking video with her maybe once a month….hey lindsay, you did a great job .

  2. well whatever schedule you decide on, i just thing it would help many others see that they can be creative, and she did a wonderful job….

  3. Oh man, watching this video took me back to when I was making a spoon. This one, in fact:
    http://peripheralarbor.com/gallery/v/Projects/LoveSpoon/

    What kind of wood did you use?

    You were doing pretty well on carving the bowl, but then started chiseling “uphill” (into the grain) on the handle. The grain catches the blade, which is why it was sticking. Always carve downhill (across the grain) when you can. It’s so much easier to control the cuts that way!

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