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Old 02-07-2003, 08:43 PM
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Default Chain pattern & instructions

I am looking for the instructions for carving a wooden chain, any help would be appreciated. thank you very much. ???
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Old 02-07-2003, 09:01 PM
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'Whittline and Woodcarving' by E.J. Tangerman has instructins for makeing chains and lots of other whimsies scissor, ball in cage, fans, etc. available at 'Little Shavers' 1-206-767-7421 for $8.95.

It's got a little bit of an awful lot. Will keep you whittling for a long time. Wish I'd have bought it years ago.
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Old 02-07-2003, 09:46 PM
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I have a pattern for a chain. e-mail me and I'll send it.

E.J. Tangerman's Whittling and Woodcarving was my first taste of whittling and carving and it has great pictures and patterns for a number of projects. i would reccomend it to anyone interested in learning 'whittlers tricks'; pliers, pit carving, scissors, chains, ball-in-cage, fans, ships in bottles, puzzles, etc. It also does a good job of describing tools and cuts and has a good hardness reference for woods.

Good whittlin, Cliff
Charles City, Iowa
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Old 02-08-2003, 11:18 AM
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Check out 'Open Linked Chain' listed under Welsh Love Spoons @ www.carvingpatterns.com 8)
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Adler's book on Love Spoons has good patterns and detailed instructions on carving chains, ball-in-cage, etc.
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