Turning Archive 2006

Subject:
small spoons *PIC*

Curt Fuller
>We had a demo on making these at our last club meeting. They're pretty easy and fun. The hollowing of the spoon can be a little adventurous though. The top one is sycamore, 4 1/2" long, the bottom is english walnut, 5 1/2". The bottom pic shows how they're mounted in the spigot jaws to hollow the spoon. I used a piece of bicycle inner tube to pad the jaws so they don't mark the spoon. And keep your hands out of the way!

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