Made some other form of traditional fishing tackle.
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thanks for all the kind words people. lifted my soul just a bit.
"Go fishing in the morning, work in a factory in the afternoon."
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They're absolutely beautiful!
Thank you very much for sharing these little pieces of art with us!
Greetings from Bamberg
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If I was a fish dangling on the line, I'd want to be unhooked by one of those!
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Nice wittling Fish! I'm fond of whittling myself though it's been a while since I last carved anything. I keep meaning to have a go at kolrossing but have never got round to it, seems a tad fiddly. Anyway, thanks for showing us these.
Here's a kuksa I made a few years ago...
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Seriously inspired to make my own disgorgers now, ive literally just set up my new micro lathe so will have to give it a go!
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Loving your work
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