Monthly Archives: December 2011

Small curved scraper

I’ve been making some ladles and the bowels can be a real a pain to cut cleanly because they can be small and deep; gouges work great on the sides but my hook knife is too big to maneuver down … Continue reading

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Oh my gawd

Philip Marcou is plane maker I really admire, I usually follow his work over on┬átalkFestool. On WoodCentral, he posted that he had a new website, so I went and checked it out. I always like to see the tools one … Continue reading

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Hook Knife

I finally got around to making a hook knife. This one is 1/8″ x 5/8″ O-1 scrap fastened to an Elm handle with brass tee nuts (leftover saw nuts). I put the bevel on the inside, because that makes it … Continue reading

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