Best Hook Knives for Spoon Carving 2020

Best Hook Knives for Spoon Carving 2020 MoraKniv 120 carving knife.I’ve had a little chip time with these Swedish-made gems and have found no faults whatsoever. The 120 carving knife has a laminated steel blade that’s approx. The 164 hook knife has a stainless steel blade curved to a 1/2” internal radius. Both are easy to sharpen, hold an edge well and feel great in the hand. Mora knife blades stay sharp as well as any other quality carving knife I’ve used. I’ll get to the blade last, but FIRST the handle is made of hardwood oak that is processed with organic linseed oil. Something I noticed about the handle is that both ends have rounded tapered edges which is a pretty generic way of shaping handheld tools. Reason being is because it makes carving for long periods of time less strenuous on the hands and real easy to get a good grip. By mistake I gave away my previous Mora hook knife. Wood Carving Scorp – Round Tool for Bowl, Spoon, and Cup Carving. A hook knife is perfect for scooping out spoon bowls.Before setting out on this journey, I really had no clue how to even hold a hook knife. The one that comes in the kit, the Mora 164, is set up for pull cuts with the right hand and push cuts with the left. To launch my spoon carving career, I grabbed a piece of Chinaberry from my stash and sketched an outline for the concave part. I don’t know how well this wood would hold up to cooking, but it sure does carve nicely.Believe...
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