Today was a struggle between not getting frozen fingers and getting a new shavehorse made from reclaimed and off-cut wood. It took much longer than I anticipated due to the biting cold but completed just before dusk. This one is portable with collapsible legs making ideal for me to take to courses and also down into the woodland. This should complement my growing collection of drawknives.
January 30, 2011
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