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Kitchen Scoop Scoops were used many years ago for all sorts of condiments such as salt, sugar, coffee, and even loose tea.Although they have been replaced in today's modern kitchen, they can be used to accent your decor.
They are a great project for practicing your skew work.Make sure you pick a suitable wood.It is especially important when doing skew that you choose even grained wood, particularly not a soft wood.This gives a false sense of the skew when cutting.
Also if you use soft wood the detail would not be crisp enough.You don't have to choose an extremely hard wood, just something that has a bit of body to it.I chose cherry, in that it is fairly even in the grain, as well as attractive.
Start with a blank of about 2"x2"x4".This allows enough at the end to be used later for a jam chuck when turning the pip on the end.Mark the centre on each end to obtain maximum diameter when it is roughed into a cylinder.
When using a roughing out gouge there are a couple of ways that it can be presented to the wood.However, when roughing down a square...