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Nice job on these, I made one set a whaile back and they are fun to make
 

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Great job,I love making spoons!!
 

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they look fantastic.
 

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Nice work! Do you use hook knives to carve the bowl? I'm starting to gather tools for spoon carving since I cut a cherry tree down from my yard. I have blanks ready to go next to the ice cream in the freezer:)
 

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Wonderful work Mauricio. I like them all.
 

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Looks great. Would make great gifts.
 

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Thanks for the comments guys.

Woodcox, I don't use hook knives, I use a gouge for the bowl and then spoke shaves, rasps and scrapers for everything else. I would like to try the hook knives one day though,
 

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Great job
 

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Great work on them all.
 

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Now your spoons and stuff are really looking good, not long after the first one you made. Very cool.
 

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Looks great, Mauricio! The bowl section sure is tough with hand tools, but yours look superb!
 

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Nice work, very clean.
 

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Thanks everyone! These are a lot of fun to make and they require very little tools to make them. You should give them a try, its a great way to use scraps.
 

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Very nice indeed.
 

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Way kwel
 

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Nice work, I just received a box of Jatoba flooring scraps and started to carve a spatula, might post the next attempt, if the grain looks better. Have you tried to bend the handles ?
 
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