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1st Spork

Discussion in 'DIY and Traditional crafts' started by Sundowner, Apr 1, 2019.

  1. Sundowner

    Sundowner Full Member

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    Made this one as i was sick of cutting up stuff in the woods just to stir the pot !!
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  2. Sundowner

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    Bloody marvelous .☺
     
  4. crosslandkelly

    crosslandkelly A somewhat settled

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    Nicely done, very useful.
     
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    Very nice mate. Well done
     
  6. ScottE

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    Magic, what is there....more satisfying than carving a useful implement for outdoors use from outdoors materials?
     
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    Absolutely agree.
    I think there are three grades of satisfaction for makers regardless of the materials used:
    1/ making for own use.
    2/ making for someone you care about
    3/ making for a stranger who pays you
    The middle one is usually the one you stress about the most!!
    Good work Sundowner btw. :thumbsup:
     
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    Sundowner Full Member

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    Aye, you're right, thought about making one for my grandaughter
     
  9. Dean

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    Great work on your first spork, I've made a few and know how tricksy they can be.
     

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