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#1 posted 06-05-2017 10:44 PM

David,

Carve it now. It will be easier to carve a spoon while it’s wet. Look up Peter Follansbee and spoon carving.

Peter is a “green wood” craftsman. He makes beautiful spoons, bowls, joined chests and more from freshly felled trees.

TonyC


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