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    Owl Spoon

    Just started a new carving project tonight, this is a first for me so I'm hoping it turns out ok Especially as I'm using a rather special piece of wood... a piece I collected from http://www.naturalbushcraft.co.uk/fo...-Wistmans-wood from a dead oak tree and saving for something special. So I'm carving an owl spoon for one of my friends as a Christmas present.

    Heres a coupla pics of what I've achieved so far.


    New carving project by roadkillphil, on Flickr


    Nearly an owl by roadkillphil, on Flickr

    Gonna be getting a night out in the woods this weekend and I hope to finish it there.

    Thanks for looking

    Phil
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    WOW !! That is tremendous, well done
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    sweet mate ! that is quality
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    That's awesome Dude. I'm a bit jealous though I so want one of those carving jacks
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    Nice work so far!

    Erd

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    Very nice! I love owls

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    You guys turn out some brill stuff on here
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    Thanks for all the comments folks
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    Can't wait to see the finished owl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEEP View Post
    Very nice! I love owls
    I concur ! There are a couple near the house, a bit elusive , but when I am lucky enough , I could sit and watch them all day.
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