Thanks! Yes I carved it with a double spiral and scorched one of them with a mico torch. Now its "rare" and "one of a kind" probably can add "vintage" so I probably could sell it on etsy for $900 But I wont sell, as it was a gift.Ha!
Did you carve that Opinel? Nice job.
Happy Friday-on-a-Wednesday, everyone!
Thanks!Thanks! Yes I carved it with a double spiral and scorched one of them with a mico torch. Now its "rare" and "one of a kind" probably can add "vintage" so I probably could sell it on etsy for $900 But I wont sell, as it was a gift.
That teardrop wharncliffe is subline
Good Luck trying to eat your meal tomorrow my friend . I will be thinking about you tomorrow as I tie into the great meal that my Bride of 60 years will fix .Changed a half day early.
August, 2020 Buck Web Special Brass, S30V, and Ebony 110 on my belt, and a Marbles MR431 D2 and black canvas Micarta series Sowbelly Stockman in my pocket.
My faux/replica Cold War Era West German Bundeswehr GAK is close to hand in my pencil/pen cup, in the event I need the saw for the turkey fowl, or yams, or mashed taters, or gravy, tomorrow, and/or if I need a spar point to cut the green bans (or Asparagus, whichever they decide upon, into bite size.) The Schrade 1095 and "Schrade +" blades I've been carrying, might not be capable of cutting the big turkey day meal.
I have less than zero doubt everything but the pre-made pies for desert will be overcooked, and will be about as easy to cut as a forged block or sheet of 6.3 titanium. "Ability to cook" does not seem to be on the list of skill sets for the staffettes that work shifts that meals are prepared. (many well in advance of being served.)
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Thanks for the compliment Jack! Nice Rosewood Lambsfoot and big Ebony Jack from Charlie my friend!
I’m carrying wood and stag today. I’ve got my Wright’s large Pere David stag Lambsfoot and a new Opinel No.8 limited edition with red laminated Birch. Y’all stay safe out there!
Thank you very kindly, Jack!!!
Spectacular pair of wood covered slicers, Jack; the Rosewood covers on your Lambsfoot look exceptionally lovely!
Thank you, Jack. You're carrying a pair of proper wooden wonders today.
This might look familiar, but I just took the picture. Happy Thanksgiving Guardians!