Woodturning and Carving a Kuksa

My first Kuksa. I made it from a chunk of applewood that’s been kicking around my shop for a few years, waiting for me to figure out what to do with it. I did my best to use it in a way that displays its beautiful grain patterns.

I wood turned part of it and carved the rest with mallet and chisel and a bent blade spoon carving knife. It’s questionable while working it, but It has a unique look and feel when it’s all completed.

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