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Your Step-by-Step Guide to Whittlingby Learning Life eBooks
Anyone can learn to whittle expertly. It depends primarily on the proper use of the knife and the choice of
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Hobbies and crafts have always been with us. One of the more familiar hobbies today is the art of whittling wood. Much more than the typical knife and stick form of whittling, learning how to carve wood properly can lead to a most satisfying hobby.
Anyone can learn to whittle expertly. It depends primarily on the proper use of the knife and the choice of wood to be carved. The most necessary qualification for wood carving for beginners is the desire and urge to carve. Add to this some perseverance and learning the proper way to whittle wood will soon result in an accomplished hobby.
If you have ever used a pocket knife and found yourself whittling a stick to be something that is relaxing, understand that there is so much more to it than simply creating wood shavings!
Learning how to whittle wood to then make something of it other than a pile of wood shavings can become a real hobby resulting in some wonderful works of art.
And, that is where we come in!
Introducing "Your Step-by-Step Guide to Whittling", sure to get you going in the wonderful world of wood carving.
Here is some of what you will find inside:
TOOLS TO USE
WOODS TO USE
WHITTLING IN PLASTICS
Plus, lots and lots of ideas fully illustrated of what to make out of wood through whittling!
You can't go wrong by getting a copy of "Your Step-by-Step Guide to Whittling". We guarantee you will be well on your way to doing more with a knife and a piece of wood than creating a pile of wood shavings!
So, what are you waiting for? Get your copy of "Your Step-by-Step Guide to Whittling" TODAY!
(This book can be found in the Public Domain. Much time has been spent scanning, converting and bringing the information back to life as a digital download. Enjoy!)
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This is simply old, public-domain material scanned into about six or seven pages of actual content. There are a few basic patterns, but there are certainly no "step-by-step" instructions, and the patterns themselves are useless in an eBook format. Don't waste your $3.