Wood Kitchen Utensils – Woodworking, Woodturning

Wood Kitchen Utensils – Woodworking, Woodturning


Just a quick hit for you today. The utensils that I made the other day seemed
to be pretty popular. I decided to make a few more out of this red
oak. This is pretty much fire wood I had lying
around. I milled it with the chainsaw intending to
use it for something. Unfortunately, it is quite prone to checking. I made three spatulas and six spoons. I am just going to show you one spatula and
one spoon. For the spatulas, I turned the shape of the
handle on the lathe. Then, I cut them with the bandsaw. For the spoons, I turned the shape. Then, I cut it in half on the bandsaw. I decided that the rotary tool was too tedious
to hollow out the bowl of the spoon. I used the angle grinder this time to make
it faster, simpler and smoother. I used the disk sander to do more shaping
on each of the pieces. I did some final sanding. I basically just took off the rough edges. I simply finished them with butcher’s block
conditioner. It is a mix of mineral oil and waxes. The colour really popped once the oil was
on it. Thanks a lot for watching. See you again soon in Cammie’s Garage.

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