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Why this newsgroup? by Belinda Alene
I am a beginner level hobby wood craver. I am interested in information on how to cure wood from trees on my land. I wish to create jewelry boxes and ornamental plaques using dogwood, hickory and oak. Any one out there that could offer useful information?
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July 29th 12 04:45 AM
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Purple Finch by turt
Hi Folks First post here but ive been carving for 20 yrs. Does anyone know where I can get painting instructions on a purple finch?
November 10th 13 12:11 PM
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Piumini Moncler by qiub8265
, the interviewing is not done in Norwegian or Zulu. It’s done in English. The parliaments of Sweden, Denmark, and Norway send delegates to a body called the Nordic Council. Their official meetings are conducted – at great expense in interpreters and simultaneous interpretation...
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July 6th 12 10:46 AM
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Newbie questions by shazzbat
Hi, I'm new to this group, and to carving. So new I haven't carved anything yet :-) But anyway, I've got this lump of wood - http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t282/shazzbat3/stuff%20I%20made%20from%20Junk/L001.jpg Which is the stump of a laurel I dug out of the allotment. It seems to have...
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July 6th 12 10:43 AM
by Optiltelehalt Go to last post
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WOW, what a large group you have. The carvings are so varied and unusual. Very nice indeed. I have been dabbling in carving since the 50's but have never tried using uniquely shaped stumps and logs. Looking at your pix gives me a whole new inspiration... I...
July 3rd 12 10:54 AM
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Wooden Bike by George G
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July 18th 12 08:00 AM
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What it is all about by Lil Abner
Decided to take up "whittling." Looking at, most of the time a relaxing productive activity. I am interested in focusing on and doing some real carving at times though. What are the best group of carving tools to get started? Also what is best for keeping them sharp? I use to hand hone knives to...
July 30th 12 04:15 AM
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Cincinnati Carvers Guild by Rita and Neil Ward
On 2/7/2013 2:21 PM, Casper wrote: Rita and Neil Ward : ----------------------------------------------------------- Hi Caper, I belong to Tri-state Woodcarvers Club: http://www.tristatecarvers.com/ We are located in Evansville, Indiana. There has...
February 12th 13 06:46 PM
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American Stickmakers Association - 5 yrs on the web by Dan T
Hey Everybody, If you haven't found us yet we are at http://www.stickmakers.org and have been an active eMail list entity for over 5 years. We currently have over 300 "stickmakers" and offer a gallery to share our works, swap pages to exchange woods and tools, a classified for anything carving...
August 11th 03 11:55 PM
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Capitol Woodcarvers Bulletin by George G
January 24th 13 05:38 AM
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February 6th 12 05:46 AM
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Dollar and Thrifty Coupon for 10% Off by noillaengenna
Listening to one of my favorite podcats named Rad on the Web, I heard this Dollar car rental coupon and it work. Anyone can use them. Use code RAD10 for a 10% discount. I heard it works at both Dollar and Thrifty.
May 22nd 12 05:53 AM
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Cincinnati Carvers Guild by Casper
Hello! I am new to this group but have been a carver for a few years. I have been looking for a carving newsgroup for some time but never found this one. I do also follow rec.woodworking but there are few carvers there but still some great tips and information. I am currently a member of the...
February 3rd 13 11:35 PM
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Can not be together, still in love with by Soundwgrv
A fall, they can not get everyone's blessing firmly together. Them in class after class, the same as other couples completed a revolution in the playground and around until the dormitory bell rang only dorm. Quarrel occasionally appear, but does not seem to affect the progress of their feelings,...
April 18th 12 02:03 AM
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West Glacier Montana by George G
Just an update for the trip to West Glacier for the rendezvous.* Dates for rendezvous: August 14-18, 2013.* We usually leave on Tuesday driving to St. Regis Montana, on Tuesday and staying there Tuesday nite.* Driving on the West Glacier on wednesday, arriving mid afternoon.* Leaving early Sunday...
January 23rd 13 07:29 AM
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Peach Pit/Seed Monkey by Jack Casuso
If you have access to old Chip Chats volumes, two might be of use to you. Sept/Oct '94 has an article titled "Peach Pit Carving" and the May/June issue has an article titled "Peach Seed Carving". I don't know it they would help, I didn't subscribe to Chip Chats until much later than those issues. ...
August 13th 04 04:26 PM
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Looking for some ideas whimsical houses in cottonwood bark by Tom Hayden
Hi On Sunday I bought a small piece of cottonwood bark at the New England Woodcarver's annual Spirit of Wood show. Nice show, by the way! At the show I saw some neat examples of fantasy houses (for gnomes, etc.) that had been carved into cottonwood bark. Now I'm looking for some ideas so I can...
October 27th 06 06:51 PM
by Desert Rat Go to last post
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Stubai tools by AAvK
Can anyone comment on the edge retaining quality of Stubai carving tools, even by comparison with other famous name tools? I have their bench chisels and am very impressed with the quality of the steel. Are there any really good U.S. made carving tools? TIA all, -- Alex - "newbie_neander"...
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December 13th 05 01:54 PM
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knives get rusty in canvas rollup by The Visitor[_2_]
Could that contaminate the wood and interfere with finishing? wrote in message ... Silicone
July 23rd 12 03:45 AM
by Optiltelehalt Go to last post
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Need good source for carving gloves by Bill Houdek
Think you are asking too much. I get a number of mine from Woodcraft at about that price. I see them at shows and most are in that area--get some there as well. Have several catalogues and they charge that as well plus shipping. Have bought some lesser priced cutting tools and not at all happy with...
September 4th 03 04:21 PM
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