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  • which is the best spoon carving knife
    batches of these and still use them for my courses though Bo is not always easy to buy from If you see them in stock anywhere buy one There are probably only two folk who have used more spoon knives for longer than me Del Stubbs and Jogge Sundqvist and both rate the Helgesson as the benchmark knife It s 5 years since I was last able to get a batch of Bo s knives and it has been difficult having students using them and then having to buy something less good I have worked with various smiths and companies getting prototypes made in the UK and never been happy I have now finally got prototypes of spoon blades which are excellent They are made from flat bar rather than round I rate them as virtually as good as the Helgesson hook They come razor sharp and hold an edge extremely well I am not sure how long the first batch will take to come through so in the meantime there is plenty of choice in the links above For the sake of completeness I would like to add three other good makers I don t have these knives but I have used them Dave Budd nice hand forged ethos Dorset Woodland Blades top quality control good blades Nic Westerman excellent blades You may also like to read The story of a spoon Spooncarving knife making in Sheffield Spoon carving tools giveaway competition Gransfors bruks carving axe wildlife hatchet and Robin Wood carving axe compared Crafted business advice for craftspeople The Whelkman of Whitstable Harbour 14 Responses to Which is the best spoon carving knife hook knife ziggy January 29 2013 at 4 03 pm Thanks for the round up I have recently gotten in spoon carving and find the Frost knives to be less than pleasant to use a real workout with not a lot of reward Pretty dull Reply jarrod January 29 2013 at 4 03 pm Hey Robin another great post Very informative Few people can compare that many hook knives Well done Reply Survival in the Wasteland January 29 2013 at 5 40 pm Robin for th sake of clarity are you saying you will have these hook knives you ve had made available for sale in th future thanks for th comparisons rico Reply Robin Wood January 29 2013 at 6 22 pm Thanks Ziggy and JarrodHi Rico I will have knives available but when and how many I can not say If you need a knife in the near future buy one elsewhere I can t promise when I will have stock available It s frustrating but that s the way it is Reply privatepinstripe January 31 2013 at 6 22 pm For the record I used a Robin Helgesson today under Robin s tuition and it was Brilliant with a capital B Reply woodnstuff February 1 2013 at 8 19 am Looks like you ve finally found the holy grail Rob Put me

    Original URL path: http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2013/01/29/best-spoon-carving-knife-hook-knife/?replytocom=3687 (2016-05-01)
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  • see me turning in London next week "wizardry in wood" - Robin Wood
    Rose You may also like to read Do what you love Birch bark canoe trip to the boundary waters Haddon Hall show preview Six happy years Wooden bowl on Paul Martin s BBC Handmade Revolution any fool can make something more complex but it takes real genius to make things simple again One Response to see me turning in London next week wizardry in wood I Strongly Believe October 14 2012 at 11 43 pm Excellent post I have a quaich of Scottish origin so it was great to see these carved versions Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Email will not be published required Comment Search Blog Posts News and social media My newsletter has updates on new products courses and events Sign up here Latest blog posts Creative goodness The story of a spoon Spooncarving knife making in Sheffield Do what you love The Man Who Made Things From Trees me on Radio 4 Featured blog posts How to price craft work business advice for craftspeople Which is the best spoon carving knife hook knife any fool can make something more complex but it takes real genius to make things simple again building the world s most iconic viking ship part 1 Welsh love spoons and cawl spoons how to make a new axe handle What is the best knife for wood carving and whittling which is the best axe for carving bushcraft general use how to carve wooden bowls what is the best oil for treating wood Past posts Past posts Select Month April 2016 February 2016 December 2015 November 2015 September 2015 August 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May

    Original URL path: http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2012/10/12/see-me-turning-in-london-next-week-wizardry-in-wood/ (2016-05-01)
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  • personal philosophy - Robin Wood
    11 05 am Like the first and the last one thanks for sharing Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Email will not be published required Comment Search Blog Posts News and social media My newsletter has updates on new products courses and events Sign up here Latest blog posts Creative goodness The story of a spoon Spooncarving knife making in Sheffield Do what you love The Man Who Made Things From Trees me on Radio 4 Featured blog posts How to price craft work business advice for craftspeople Which is the best spoon carving knife hook knife any fool can make something more complex but it takes real genius to make things simple again building the world s most iconic viking ship part 1 Welsh love spoons and cawl spoons how to make a new axe handle What is the best knife for wood carving and whittling which is the best axe for carving bushcraft general use how to carve wooden bowls what is the best oil for treating wood Past posts Past posts Select Month April 2016 February 2016 December 2015 November 2015 September 2015 August 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 April 2013 March 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December

    Original URL path: http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2012/10/22/personal-philosophy/ (2016-05-01)
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  • any fool can make something more complex but it takes real genius to make things simple again - Robin Wood
    I know Captures the process and your joy of wood wonderfully well Reply Dave Challen October 14 2012 at 3 23 pm Great film Inspiring Reply ed iglehart October 15 2012 at 9 20 am Great to see you and hear you Digesting my breakfast eaten off your wooden plate as almost every day Reply Mr Fletcher November 10 2012 at 3 24 pm This comment has been removed by the author Reply Mr Fletcher November 10 2012 at 3 25 pm i m pretty contrasted about the video on one hand i m absolutely awed by your work the look of it and its feeling on the other hand i keep thinking it doesn t make much sense and keep asking myself questions like why isn t he using this or that it would make the work much easier anyway the video is a fascinating work Reply David Yule October 9 2013 at 6 16 pm Really enjoyed the video love your story and your lifestyle glad that you have taken up mantle of turning greenwood bowls Reply jd ware November 20 2013 at 4 27 am Beautiful Robin the work and the process J Reply Aled Dafis December 17 2013 at 9 11 am An excellent video Robin thanks for making it and sharing your craft I now have an urge to build myself a pole lathe and forge myself some hook tools Reply edward December 27 2013 at 9 12 am You are an inspiration for me With everything that one does there are positives and negatives I work in finance creating something from nothing Increasingly I find it leaves me feeling shallow and empty What you do is creating something real and useful You do it by hand for the good of your fellow man I wouldnlove to do what you do but I am not brave enough I hope that you are able to keep up the good work Thanks for sharing your video Reply Laura Mapes March 15 2014 at 10 02 pm An inspiring and beautifully crafted video You are my spoon and bowl hero Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Email will not be published required Comment Search Blog Posts News and social media My newsletter has updates on new products courses and events Sign up here Latest blog posts Creative goodness The story of a spoon Spooncarving knife making in Sheffield Do what you love The Man Who Made Things From Trees me on Radio 4 Featured blog posts How to price craft work business advice for craftspeople Which is the best spoon carving knife hook knife any fool can make something more complex but it takes real genius to make things simple again building the world s most iconic viking ship part 1 Welsh love spoons and cawl spoons how to make a new axe handle What is the best knife for wood carving and whittling which is the best axe for carving bushcraft general

    Original URL path: http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2012/10/12/any-fool-can-make-something-more-complex-but-it-takes-real-genius-to-make-things-simple-again/comment-page-1/ (2016-05-01)
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  • any fool can make something more complex but it takes real genius to make things simple again - Robin Wood
    know Captures the process and your joy of wood wonderfully well Reply Dave Challen October 14 2012 at 3 23 pm Great film Inspiring Reply ed iglehart October 15 2012 at 9 20 am Great to see you and hear you Digesting my breakfast eaten off your wooden plate as almost every day Reply Mr Fletcher November 10 2012 at 3 24 pm This comment has been removed by the author Reply Mr Fletcher November 10 2012 at 3 25 pm i m pretty contrasted about the video on one hand i m absolutely awed by your work the look of it and its feeling on the other hand i keep thinking it doesn t make much sense and keep asking myself questions like why isn t he using this or that it would make the work much easier anyway the video is a fascinating work Reply David Yule October 9 2013 at 6 16 pm Really enjoyed the video love your story and your lifestyle glad that you have taken up mantle of turning greenwood bowls Reply jd ware November 20 2013 at 4 27 am Beautiful Robin the work and the process J Reply Aled Dafis December 17 2013 at 9 11 am An excellent video Robin thanks for making it and sharing your craft I now have an urge to build myself a pole lathe and forge myself some hook tools Reply edward December 27 2013 at 9 12 am You are an inspiration for me With everything that one does there are positives and negatives I work in finance creating something from nothing Increasingly I find it leaves me feeling shallow and empty What you do is creating something real and useful You do it by hand for the good of your fellow man I wouldnlove to do what you do but I am not brave enough I hope that you are able to keep up the good work Thanks for sharing your video Reply Laura Mapes March 15 2014 at 10 02 pm An inspiring and beautifully crafted video You are my spoon and bowl hero Reply Leave a Reply to Rob Click here to cancel reply Name required Email will not be published required Comment Search Blog Posts News and social media My newsletter has updates on new products courses and events Sign up here Latest blog posts Creative goodness The story of a spoon Spooncarving knife making in Sheffield Do what you love The Man Who Made Things From Trees me on Radio 4 Featured blog posts How to price craft work business advice for craftspeople Which is the best spoon carving knife hook knife any fool can make something more complex but it takes real genius to make things simple again building the world s most iconic viking ship part 1 Welsh love spoons and cawl spoons how to make a new axe handle What is the best knife for wood carving and whittling which is the best axe for carving bushcraft

    Original URL path: http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2012/10/12/any-fool-can-make-something-more-complex-but-it-takes-real-genius-to-make-things-simple-again/?replytocom=3587 (2016-05-01)
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  • any fool can make something more complex but it takes real genius to make things simple again - Robin Wood
    Captures the process and your joy of wood wonderfully well Reply Dave Challen October 14 2012 at 3 23 pm Great film Inspiring Reply ed iglehart October 15 2012 at 9 20 am Great to see you and hear you Digesting my breakfast eaten off your wooden plate as almost every day Reply Mr Fletcher November 10 2012 at 3 24 pm This comment has been removed by the author Reply Mr Fletcher November 10 2012 at 3 25 pm i m pretty contrasted about the video on one hand i m absolutely awed by your work the look of it and its feeling on the other hand i keep thinking it doesn t make much sense and keep asking myself questions like why isn t he using this or that it would make the work much easier anyway the video is a fascinating work Reply David Yule October 9 2013 at 6 16 pm Really enjoyed the video love your story and your lifestyle glad that you have taken up mantle of turning greenwood bowls Reply jd ware November 20 2013 at 4 27 am Beautiful Robin the work and the process J Reply Aled Dafis December 17 2013 at 9 11 am An excellent video Robin thanks for making it and sharing your craft I now have an urge to build myself a pole lathe and forge myself some hook tools Reply edward December 27 2013 at 9 12 am You are an inspiration for me With everything that one does there are positives and negatives I work in finance creating something from nothing Increasingly I find it leaves me feeling shallow and empty What you do is creating something real and useful You do it by hand for the good of your fellow man I wouldnlove to do what you do but I am not brave enough I hope that you are able to keep up the good work Thanks for sharing your video Reply Laura Mapes March 15 2014 at 10 02 pm An inspiring and beautifully crafted video You are my spoon and bowl hero Reply Leave a Reply to Jeff Bower Click here to cancel reply Name required Email will not be published required Comment Search Blog Posts News and social media My newsletter has updates on new products courses and events Sign up here Latest blog posts Creative goodness The story of a spoon Spooncarving knife making in Sheffield Do what you love The Man Who Made Things From Trees me on Radio 4 Featured blog posts How to price craft work business advice for craftspeople Which is the best spoon carving knife hook knife any fool can make something more complex but it takes real genius to make things simple again building the world s most iconic viking ship part 1 Welsh love spoons and cawl spoons how to make a new axe handle What is the best knife for wood carving and whittling which is the best axe for carving bushcraft

    Original URL path: http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2012/10/12/any-fool-can-make-something-more-complex-but-it-takes-real-genius-to-make-things-simple-again/?replytocom=3590 (2016-05-01)
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  • any fool can make something more complex but it takes real genius to make things simple again - Robin Wood
    Captures the process and your joy of wood wonderfully well Reply Dave Challen October 14 2012 at 3 23 pm Great film Inspiring Reply ed iglehart October 15 2012 at 9 20 am Great to see you and hear you Digesting my breakfast eaten off your wooden plate as almost every day Reply Mr Fletcher November 10 2012 at 3 24 pm This comment has been removed by the author Reply Mr Fletcher November 10 2012 at 3 25 pm i m pretty contrasted about the video on one hand i m absolutely awed by your work the look of it and its feeling on the other hand i keep thinking it doesn t make much sense and keep asking myself questions like why isn t he using this or that it would make the work much easier anyway the video is a fascinating work Reply David Yule October 9 2013 at 6 16 pm Really enjoyed the video love your story and your lifestyle glad that you have taken up mantle of turning greenwood bowls Reply jd ware November 20 2013 at 4 27 am Beautiful Robin the work and the process J Reply Aled Dafis December 17 2013 at 9 11 am An excellent video Robin thanks for making it and sharing your craft I now have an urge to build myself a pole lathe and forge myself some hook tools Reply edward December 27 2013 at 9 12 am You are an inspiration for me With everything that one does there are positives and negatives I work in finance creating something from nothing Increasingly I find it leaves me feeling shallow and empty What you do is creating something real and useful You do it by hand for the good of your fellow man I wouldnlove to do what you do but I am not brave enough I hope that you are able to keep up the good work Thanks for sharing your video Reply Laura Mapes March 15 2014 at 10 02 pm An inspiring and beautifully crafted video You are my spoon and bowl hero Reply Leave a Reply to Alison Eco Eco Click here to cancel reply Name required Email will not be published required Comment Search Blog Posts News and social media My newsletter has updates on new products courses and events Sign up here Latest blog posts Creative goodness The story of a spoon Spooncarving knife making in Sheffield Do what you love The Man Who Made Things From Trees me on Radio 4 Featured blog posts How to price craft work business advice for craftspeople Which is the best spoon carving knife hook knife any fool can make something more complex but it takes real genius to make things simple again building the world s most iconic viking ship part 1 Welsh love spoons and cawl spoons how to make a new axe handle What is the best knife for wood carving and whittling which is the best axe for carving

    Original URL path: http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/2012/10/12/any-fool-can-make-something-more-complex-but-it-takes-real-genius-to-make-things-simple-again/?replytocom=3593 (2016-05-01)
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  • other woodwork Archives - Robin Wood
    to our birch bark canoe build the last post we had just started sewing on the gore panels that is the part that extends the width of the main bark sections upwards The next stage is to set out the gunwales we had split these out from an 16 foot long cedar and now set Continue Reading 0 Birch Bark Canoe build 4 setting out and stitching the bark By Robin Wood on June 11 2014 in bushcraft other woodwork Uncategorized So now the build starts in earnest We laid out the rolls of bark that we collected last week sorting the pieces and deciding how to get the best from them Jarrod has a building board which raises the bed 18 off the floor and gives a level bed to measure and work from There is Continue Reading 1 Birch bark canoe build part 3 collecting and working cedar By Robin Wood on June 10 2014 in other woodwork Uncategorized Our Birch bark canoe build is progressing faster than I have time to blog We collected cedar for the ribs gunwales and sheathing in what is called a cedar swamp I was fearing even worse mosquitos and imagining sinking into feet deep of marsh but it was not so bad The cedar we were after Continue Reading 2 Collecting birch bark canoe bark By Robin Wood on June 6 2014 in other woodwork trees and woodland We are progressing nicely with our birch bark canoe build we have collected spruce root for the stitching and processed a lot of it Now it was time to collect the big pieces of bark for the canoe Here s April and Jarrod Stone Dahl heading off into the woods April makes the ash splint pack Continue Reading 3 More from Wisconsin forging

    Original URL path: http://www.robin-wood.co.uk/wood-craft-blog/category/other-woodwork/ (2016-05-01)
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