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50 Things to Do with a Penknife

2 reviews

Hardcover - 144 Pages - 5.5" x 7.5" x 0.80"

Author: Matt Collins

Whether you're a beginner or seasoned whittler, this practical guide to the age-old yet newly popular art of whittling will delight, inspire, and instruct you. Featuring projects that cater to a range of skill levels—including a pen/pencil holder, chess pieces, a slingshot, spoon, whistle, chopsticks, fishhook, bookmark, and more elaborate carvings like a horse's head and whale

50 Things to Do with a Penknife is the perfect combination of cool craftsmanship with savvy survival-skill projects. Detailed step-by-step illustrations make this book ideal for the creative adventurer with-a-knife in your life!

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    A good idea

    I feel the book is not very useful : you don’t need a book to explain how to make a slingshot and you don’t need to make a fishing hook made of wood as it would never be able to catch a fish. I love the idea of that book but i’m a bit disappointed by the content.


    Proud Pop-pa

    I bought my boys (7&9yrs old) an Opinel after we did pocket knife safety training during a camping trip. They are proud owners of their new blades and are very careful as they whittle sticks. I got this book to help the boys develop their pocket skills. So far we have made a carrot whistle, forks, and attempted some spoons. Creative, well illustrated projects are in the book and it fun to watch my boys flip thru the pages trying to decide what they want to make next.