Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by Strigidae, Dec 21, 2016.
How is that even possible? I couldn't buy a spoon that looks that good!
Thanks man, you give me too much credit. But I'll take it.
Very well done! The lines are perfect. Great design as well.
Much appreciated partner.
I had a scrap piece of river birch that didn’t look like it wanted to be a spoon. I decided to make t a spatula. Also put some Kolrosing on it.
Dug up some old pics of a spoon I made with teh Esee 3...
It's been a while since I made a spoon.
A cup is on my todo list for someday, love those
This thread inspired me to buy the whole family some wood blanks and a Mora hook knife for Christmas. We haven’t started working on spoons yet but hope to soon.
Did a quick on trail spoon “how to” on my IG. This is what the end result was. Really fast. This is what I usually whip up when I forget my eating utensil on trips. Rough, but workable.
What kind of wood is that?
the green is not the bark itzelf, it's some kind of moss or algae growing on the bark.
that might throw you off.
That’s definitely what was throwing me off. At first I thought it was bamboo until I saw where you had split it.