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I go to art school, and our final project was to come up with our own assignment for a piece, and then make that piece. It was pretty ...
All you'll need is your desired block of wood and a dowel at least long enough to run through the final width of your piece, and fairly thin. ...
Cut out your main piece (if you're not just using the end of your bit of wood), and cut out the 3 pieces (from your main piece or ...
Take the width of your final piece, and divide that by 5, because you've got two sides, and 3 pieces coming out of the center. You can cut ...
Now mark out your utensil shapes. Here, I marked a fork, spoon and knife shape on my 3 pieces and know where I'm sanding to on the knife ...
Alrighty, now cut and/or sand 'em down. I'd recommend sanding for most of these, it's just easier to control and you're not really removing enough material to justify ...
Put all 3 shaped pieces back into the shell and line everything up the way you want it when it's done. Without disrupting that placement, clamp the thing ...
- Make sure your drill bit is the same size as your dowel!! - Clamp everything onto scrap wood so you don't drill into your work surface. - ...
Test the dowel fit and cut it to size.
I don't remember the measurement I used to get the right amount of sanding done, but play with it and I'm sure you can figure it out. At ...
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