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  1. Carving dampened wood
  2. Nameboard Acanthus Incised/Scooped Out
  3. Suggestions for delicate sanding
  4. Pattern drawing
  5. Need to make a mortise, of sorts...
  6. Semi Famous
  7. Modified tripod
  8. Budget ornament hooks
  9. router fixture
  10. A nifty little super glue.....
  11. Starting off With a Good New Year.
  12. sphagnum moss
  13. Help Request with band saw belt
  14. Carving Tool Carousel
  15. Making a stop cut with a knife before the chisel?
  16. Thumb Guard -Detail Knife
  17. groove in strop
  18. Carving with tired ol' eyes!
  19. When to use a mallet vs. just your hands
  20. Tip for Cleaning Brushes
  21. Help finding vertical center line on large dowel
  22. Hair on a Bear
  23. cleaning strop
  24. advice on how to eliminated raised grain on basswood.
  25. Any advice?
  26. A finger saver
  27. Glue
  28. carving club?
  29. back hurts from carving
  30. Aging wood
  31. Sign Lettering
  32. wormy wood?
  33. Would you believe, painted ribbon??
  34. I can drill me some holes
  35. Getting project a clean look
  36. Primitive but Effective
  37. diamond willow
  38. Bench Grinder Vibe
  39. finish for handles
  40. Blade materials
  41. how do you make a knife out of a hacksaw blade?
  42. Frugal Carver's hooked skew
  43. Bark stripping results and comment
  44. House Name Boards
  45. Question for knifemakers
  46. Ron Wells Knife
  47. Dang.... Sliced off my thumb......
  48. filing in gaps?
  49. Portable Carving Bench
  50. Photographing smaller carvings
  51. cheap carvers screw
  52. Convincing clothing folds
  53. if they only knew
  54. Problem Carving Too Dry Wood?
  55. To Bark or Not to Bark
  56. Cheap knives don't have to look cheap
  57. Superball Spoon sander
  58. How Is One Of The Best ~ Letter Carvers ?
  59. Santa Ornament Carving Stick(s)
  60. Symmetry in head marking...
  61. Ball vise Plans
  62. Women And Chainsaw Carving
  63. Getting more use from long handle tools.
  64. Holding small carvings
  65. Bevel Angles
  66. Sealing wood ends to prevent cracking.
  67. Cracked Spoon
  68. Tool to hold carving to hold be painted
  69. Do you mark / sign your work? If so, how?
  70. Must Adze a question (pun intended)

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