OH YES

Posted on April 13, 2011 by Furls Business Academy | 2 Comments

Readers, I tell you no lies. This is the summit, the epitome, of my spoon carving achievement thus far. I AM PROUD.

The bowl is even, the grain is beautiful, and the handle fits nicely into the hand of any who chose to enjoy the delicacies of wooden spoons. 

Ok, it’s not completely perfect. While the join between neck and bowl is good, it hasn’t yet reached that divine spoon ratio that I so seek. The bowl is even and smooth, but a bit too deep, lending this more of a scoop or super-size-me position in your spoon drawer. It is pretty wonderful though, in my humble opinion, to have this spoon be the mediator of delicious greek yogurt and my mouth. It is the means by which.

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Msekni
Msekni

November 24, 2012

This tutorial is a datonstremion showing how to attach the new strand of yarn. You can watch any of the most recent, past 100 tutorials and there will be a segment showing how to sew in a yarn tail. The pig video shows how to sew in a yarn tail.

Mike
Mike

November 24, 2012

Hi,wollte mal fragen, wehlce Wolle du benutzt. Deine Granny Squares sehen echt toll aus. Bin auch gerade dabei, eine Decke zu he4keln, 2 1/2 Granny Sqares habe ich schon ;) LGClaudia

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