Spoon knife holster/holder?

For Christmas this year I got this rather terrific spoon knife but this poor little fellow has no holder of his own and has to sleep in bubble-wrap every night to avoid accidentally cutting people.

So if anyone has any ideas how I can make (ideally)/ or where I can buy a holder for it, I would be most appreciative!


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Single block of wood, saw three slices, two thin, one as thick as, or thicker than the handle.

Bandsaw '?' in thick piece to fit tool.

Glue 1 thin sheet BACK on to '?'.

Sand all over.

Sand lid.

Fasten lid on with a stud around which it can swing.

roblin90 (author)  steveastrouk7 years ago
That's a bit too confusing for me. Could you draw a diagram and post if possible?

Many thanks.
Try this then.
roblin90 (author)  steveastrouk7 years ago
Thank you very much! I understand you now and this is a great sollution.

Many thanks!
Must be a sod to sharpen !
roblin90 (author)  steveastrouk7 years ago
I'd imagine so yeah! Luckily it's brand-spanking new so I can hold off on the sharpening for a while!
Nice looking tool. Sorby ? 
roblin90 (author)  steveastrouk7 years ago
If you mean the make then no. It's from Eric Frost Mora Sweden.
I don't know about sharpening. I sharpen my chisels by polishing the backs to a mirror finish, then the bevels. After that. I can strop the edge really sharp, and refresh it.
Kiteman7 years ago
Goodness me - what is it for?

(If it is a "shed" tool, and you don't need it to be portable, why not hang it up by the blade?)
roblin90 (author)  Kiteman7 years ago
No, sorry. It's more of a 'woodlore' tool, built for carving. But thanks anyway
Yes it is ,  that and others like it !  My reply is still accurate and valid
roblin90 (author)  gearhead19517 years ago
Indeed. You're clearly the more learned in this region as I don't exactly know how to use it yet! But my description is but an example of how I intended to use it.
I made a set of those type of woodcarvin' tools for a youngster who was not just interested ,  but quite talented at it !

I made a leather roll pouch to store them in ,  it consisted of a single piece of leather with 1/3 folded over an a series of pouches sewn in and when th' pouches were filled th' remainin' leather was folded down over them ,  rolled up and tied shut
roblin90 (author)  gearhead19517 years ago
Very nice!
Wasn't the leather expensive though?
Th' leather was free !  I "skinned" an old ,  discarded leather sofa and soaked th' piece I selected fer th'  job in mink oil and did all th' stitchin' with 1/8" strips cut from th' same source !

I used an old table fork to mark th' holes with ( sharpen th' tines and just tap it thru with a small mallet)
roblin90 (author)  gearhead19517 years ago

That's so cool! and yet resourceful at the same time.

Do you have an 'ible for it?

It is a form of  a "gouge" that is used primarily for carvin' th' bowl of a wooden spoon !

I used to hammer out tools like that from "cut" masonry nails !