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Ransom Santa carving by cyberian tiger
I have several Ron Ransom carvings listed on eBay -- last day is tomorrow, Dec. 4.
December 4th 06 04:28 AM
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Craft Show by Tony Potter
On March 17th, 2007 the Texas Sugar Land Lions Club will present an indoor Arts & Craft show free to the public. We are accepting applications for this event from qualified crafters and media artists. No manufactured, kit, or commercial items allowed. If you are interested please...
November 30th 06 08:07 PM
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Sell your CRAFTS online for FREE by [email protected]
if you are looking to sell online for FREE without paying any commission then check out http://www.free-auction-listings.com you can LIST and SELL for FREE no fees at all!
November 25th 06 05:54 AM
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Crafts Supplies Age Comics Archive qKC2nWYJEl by crafts
Buy/Sell/Auction Crafts Supplies At Auction or Fixed Price, locally or worldwide, with free listing. Open your free Crafts Supplies Related...
November 21st 06 12:10 PM
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How to carve a magic longsword +3 ??? by Ed Zagmoon
I need this weapon BADLY, because my house is infested with spectres and they are immune against non-magical weapons. Please tell me how to carve a magical longsword +3 before the spectres get to powerful! Hey, it's not only my ass I want to protect, if the spectres get powerful enough, YOUR ass...
November 10th 06 08:04 AM
by George G Go to last post
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another tiny carving by Patrick
I posted earlier today the next tiny carving after the chain several years ago that was compared to the date on a dime . . . wish I had more time to dedicate to carving. You will find it on the alt.binaries.pictures.woodworking newsgroup. This one was to get the ribbons twist correctly-ish...
November 1st 06 08:49 PM
by Patrick Go to last post
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Wildfowl Carving Magazine by New Carver
Does anyone know if Wildfowl magazine is going out of business? Vendors have dropped the magazine from their counter and the Wildfowl Magazine Web site has not been updated for the fall. Sent e-mail to the company and have not had a response. Harry
October 28th 06 04:50 AM
by New Carver Go to last post
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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
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Custom Walking Stick for a Custom Head. by [email protected]
Hi there! A friend recently gave me something that looks like a lump of glass but could be possibly used as a head to a walking stick or walking cane. Now, I'm a bit at a lost as to what to do next and was wondering if anybody could offer suggestions for a web site, store, or whatever that would...
October 26th 06 08:46 PM
by Andrew Werby Go to last post
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Vintage Wood carving manual 1905 FA by JaneyP
Wood Carving by J H Garnett London 1905,VGC 124 pages. Simply one of the nicest wood carving manuals we've had ,lovely vintage item.Lots of fabulous line illustrations as well as some neat period adverts.Very...
October 22nd 06 01:24 AM
by JaneyP Go to last post
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Newbie by Desert Rat
Just want to say Hi to the Group. I have been carving about two years. I like all kinds types of carving; caraicature, relief, chip, and power carving. I also looking into chainsaw carving. If you would like to see what I'm up to, set you browser to //members.cox.net/awright165. Enjoy and keep...
October 17th 06 11:48 PM
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Inspiring Craft Gallery by [email protected]
Hi all, Just wanted to share a new craft gallery i recently stumbled upon : http://www.designstolove.com Here's a short description from the site : DesignsToLove is an online craft gallery dedicated to helping craft enthusiasts from around the world connect, showcase their work, share
October 9th 06 05:41 AM
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stone carving tools by jacob
Just having a go at stone carving using hard local limestone; 'hopton stone'. Proper 'stone mason's' tools are expensive but builders chisels and tools are cheap. Is it a good idea to use cheap SDS chisels instead - either old ones hit with lump hammer or just used in the SDS drill in hammer...
September 11th 06 10:56 PM
by jacob Go to last post
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chip carving tools by Joseph Handy
I would like to get started learning chip carving. What would you recommend for equipment and books to get started with. I prefer to get excellent quality tools up front rather than upgrade later on. Any suggestions you can make will be greatly appreciated. Thanks JH
August 29th 06 05:30 PM
by ICU Go to last post
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Discussion Forum for Woodworkers with a Disability by [email protected]
The Able Workshop is a website and online discussion forum for woodworkers with a disability. The site shares photos and tips of how other people, who have a disability, get around in the shop, and their solutions to barriers. This is an encouraging, how-to site, no pity parties here, just lots of...
August 27th 06 05:54 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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salvaging a favorite tree by Joseph Handy
Hello folks I am writing with some questions on salvaging some wood from a portion of an old box elder in my parents backyard. This tree was one that I used to climb all the time. It also held the family tire swing. It is now slowly dying and today it dropped a rather large limb on the...
August 18th 06 06:39 PM
by Joseph Handy Go to last post
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Carving in Northern Virginia by [email protected]
This coming Sunday is the last day for free woodcarving lessons this season at Colvin Mill Run Park. The Northern Virginia Carvers does this on first and third Sundays during the summer. The park is about 7 miles west of Tysons towards Leesburg. Just follow the signs when you get there. It goes...
August 15th 06 11:08 PM
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FS-Saw sharpening equipment by Gunner
On Mon, 07 Aug 2006 17:42:53 -0700, Larry Jaques wrote: I just stumbled across some saw sharpening equipment. About 20 yrs ago...the old timer who ran the local saw sharpening place died in his sleep. He was survived by some distant relatives...
August 8th 06 05:05 AM
by Gunner Go to last post
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To all wood carvers by Sharp-stuff
I have the new site up and running; I can now offer Helvie wood carving knives with a quantity discount. Mix any style knives and save money. www.sharp-stuff.com
August 2nd 06 09:47 PM
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Foredom handpiece mystery by rockhound
I bought a box of assorted burrs at a garage sale. There were two Foredom handpieces in the box, one of witch I have not been able to find anything about on the web. The mystery handpiece was in an original Foredom plastic sleeve labeled "HANDPIECE NO. 7". As far as i can tell there is not a...
July 30th 06 03:49 AM
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