Posted by: woodbeecarver   in Carving Friends, Carving Projects, Knives, Whittle Doodles

Tale of Two                      Tale of Two

Rich Smithson of HELVIE KNIVES pulled a fast one on two of his Signature Knife friends by asking each one to carve a block of basswood into a knife blade holder for the other friend without telling us that we were each doing it for one another. 

The CAROLINA CARVER carved a hillbilly bending over to pick up a bee hive containing honey while the WOOD BEE CARVER carved the four likenesses of Duck People.  While that was going on, Rich was making a knife for each of us using his creative artistic art in wood burning a special commemorative knife to go into each knife blade holder. The result is depicted in the photo journey. (Click on each photo to enlarge.)

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Carving of the Duck People was done in a three inch square block of basswood using the four HELVIE  KNIVES in the first photo.which are (clock wise from bottom) Mini Mertz II # 6-2, Sweet BEE # 3-1, Hornet BEE # 10 and Honey BEE # 7. The second photo is one face being opened  for beginning of carving the face while the third photo is the face carved.

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Thanks to Rich and Carolina Carver for a treasured gift representing friendship among knife carvers and knife maker.



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