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How to Sharpen a Knife to Maximize Cutting Edge Performance

How to Sharpen a Knife to Maximize Cutting Edge Performance

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How to sharpen Tools. Axe, shovel, and lawn mower blades //

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knife safety

Knife Safety Theme

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Totem Chip

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STAYSET KNIFE GUIDE

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Whittling Chip Pocketknife Safety for Bears & up

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Sharpen your blade- it never ceases to amaze me how many people don't know how to do this!

How to Sharpen a Knife - American Hunter

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These are soap carving tools

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Soap carving with popsicle stick knives... Bear Achievement : Shavings and Chips

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All about whittling for Boy Scouts

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Don't let this simple tool intimidate you! Learn the basics of wood burning in this article! Apryl Stafford Square Amy Lyons Renea

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The Art of Whittling Walter Farout Many of the same projects and techniques from Tangerman’s book above, but better illustrated and described. The focus is more on puzzles and tricks but a good resource

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Chris Lubkemann’s book is the clearest, simplest beginners book and has the best treatment of choosing, modifying and sharpening a pocketknife suitable for whittling. Lubkemann concentrates on easy projects made with sticks – perfect for a leisurely afternoon in camp. Start with Lubkemann if you are a true beginner but more advanced whittlers will find good ideas and techniques too. Making a rooster from a forked stick is a great way for Scouts to practice knife skills for tote-n-chip.

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Tips for sharpening your favorite blade

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Totin' Chip

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Fake pocketknife pattern here for safety demonstrations. Also a pocketknife safety quiz.

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Pocketknife Pledge

Pocketknife Pledge

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Cub Scouts love to get their pocketknives out and strip bark from fallen sticks. Why not make it into a project? They can strip the bark from a large sturdy stick and then sand it to make a hiking stick. Make sure they have their Whttlin’ Chip cards handy and are following the rules when they do that. You will have to do some work ahead of time to find some sticks which are appropriate for this project.

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Whittling Chip

Whittling Chip Card

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Tips for sharpening your favorite blade

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how to make custom carved soap

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Knife/Whittling chip

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Soap carving with popsicle stick knives

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A Beginner’s Guide to Whittling

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Soap Carving Patterns : Intro to Whittling

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