Cups and spoons

Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by Strigidae, Dec 21, 2016.

  1. theJman

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    How is that even possible? I couldn't buy a spoon that looks that good!
     
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    Thanks man, you give me too much credit. But I'll take it. :D
     
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    Very well done! The lines are perfect. Great design as well.
     
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    Much appreciated partner.
     
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    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. 6DCE6B1E-B3CD-4189-9A00-88071482D686.jpeg
     
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    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 :D

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    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.
     
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    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. BDFFAA35-25E1-4F82-97A7-67602C4F0FB4.jpeg
     
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    What kind of wood is that?
     
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    beechwood
    the green is not the bark itzelf, it's some kind of moss or algae growing on the bark.
    that might throw you off.
     
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    That’s definitely what was throwing me off. At first I thought it was bamboo until I saw where you had split it.
     
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