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Carve

This simple guide brings back the time-honored camp pastime of whittling, one of the oldest crafts in the world. The hardbound book is penned by Bay Area cork and woodworker Melanie Abrantes, and a features dozen projects with bespoke details that are all designed to be useful at home or while camping. Each project requires only a few hours to make, and only a couple of tools are required. You will also learn how to choose the right knife and wood, plus helpful information on techniques and safety. Ideal for the creative adventurer with-a-knife in your life.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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