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Cherry Spoon

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Mark Gering

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Mark Gering

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Using the X Carve to carve out a spoon and cut it to shape. I used a 1/4 round nose bit and then removed the ridges with a round chisel. Band saw and sander were used to finish it off.

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Z Cost
I'm trying to make a version of this spoon from scratch. I have the scoop/bowl portion of it figured out, but can't make an accurate/symmetrical outline. I've tried the offsetter tool, but that gives me a "closed" line around the scoop. How do you break that line in order to make the handle?
Z Cost
Z Cost
Clearly, I'm a total noob - so I apologize for the ignorant question...
Z Cost
Andrew Johnson
Thanks for whoever posted this. I made one and its awesome! Im going to make some personalized ones for Christmas.
Andrew Johnson
Ken Wilson
Thank you for this pattern. I have always wanted to carve spoons, that's what my wife loves to use in her kitchen.
Ken Wilson