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    Here is a two sided 3D spoon 3"x 10" made back in june 2007. however two sided project will only center on the "B" side " regardless what you progam it to do on the keypad " so you will need to split it up if you use a sled or call LHR for a fix if any.
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    Thanks LG!
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    Thank You LG This could be a fun one!
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    Thanks LG. Someone just gave me a bunch of skinny oak. I was going to make it all into wind stoppers, but I will put the spoon in the mix.
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    Hey LG, got a question for you. On the spoon file the area at each end, the circle, is this for the purpose of a tab? My wife loves her wooden spoons, anyone have any suggestions on the best kind of wood to use for spoons? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarverJerry View Post
    Hey LG, got a question for you. On the spoon file the area at each end, the circle, is this for the purpose of a tab? My wife loves her wooden spoons, anyone have any suggestions on the best kind of wood to use for spoons? Thanks

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    Jerry hardwoods are best for wooden kitchen utensil, like cherry, walnut, birch, hickory, maple or alder. Never wood such as cedar, redwood or pine and oak. Redwood and cedar is toxic and pine/ softwoods will splinter as well as oak. But I have read birch to be the best and withstand abuse!

    If it is going to be decorative then I would say any material you want! Check out this site and see how much money they ask for wooden spoons! http://www.crafty-owl.com/wooden-spoons.htm

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    On the spoon file the area at each end, the circle, is this for the purpose of a tab?
    Hi CJ, Yes, they work realy well..

    Check out this site and see how much money they ask for wooden spoons! http://www.crafty-owl.com/wooden-spoons.htm
    Ike, That's a good price to fetch..
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    Ike, That's a good price to fetch..[/QUOTE]



    I thought that was a kind of high price, but hey they are hand carved and the thing is very few would know the difference if it was carved in the CW! I run into with my signs most folks say they can't tell the difference between my hand routed and the ones made with the CW! By the way sorry for being rude, thank you for sharing and for showing us your great instruments!

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    Didn't see a tool category so I posted here & feel free to move.
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