Thank You Everyone!

I hope everyone had a great weekend and a healthy and safe 4th of July holiday!  I want to say that I launched Wood Chip Chatter over the weekend (Saturday, July 3) and the response has been overwhelming.  A great big thank you to all of you who have subscribed to my blog over this inaugural weekend!

Just one of the reasons I started Wood Chip Chatter was to encourage active discussions  regarding all kinds of topics pertaining to wood carving and whittling.  Any topic at all…..

I want start off the new month of July with some interesting wood carving topics so I’m inviting you all to send in your comments and questions so we can get some “wood chip chatter” going!  Remember, there are no dumb questions.

I’m happy to offer any help I can or answer any questions you might have.  I’m here to help!  Just click on the Contact tab at the top of the Home page and enter your information.

Keep a sharp edge and keep on carvin’!

Published by carverbobk

I’m a self taught award winning wood carver who has been carving since I was a teenager. I enjoy instructing other carvers, especially beginners.

2 thoughts on “Thank You Everyone!

  1. So here’s my topic for discussion. How can I tell if I have the right level of experience or skill before taking a class? Do certain instructors focus on certain skill levels?


  2. Thanks, Bob, for starting this blog!!! My question: When I watch videos of some of the well known carvers doing what they do the best, it often looks as though they are cutting through butter rather than wood. I buy my bass wood from the same place that I know some of them do and my knives are very sharp, but I’ve never been able to slice it like they do. Do they have a special technique, a different grade of bass wood or something else? Again, thank you!!


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