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Monday, 26 January 2015

Finished Ladle

I finished the Horse Chestnut ladle so I thought that I would put up a few pictures for those who are interested.


I've also been making a couple more and using the adze to hollow the bowls.





This one didn't quite split as I would have wished. I managed to get a decent sized ladle out of the top piece and a smaller scoop from the bottom piece.


I also had a delivery of a load of Birch. I have a course at the workshop at the weekend so it will be perfect for the students to carve.



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