Basswood Project – part 1

Basswood – Tilia Americanaphoto of a dozen basswood blocks and woodcarving tools

close cousins: Lime in the UK, Linden in Europe

Project objective: undisclosed for now. Speculation allowed.


11 Responses to “Basswood Project – part 1”

  1. Al Navas Says:

    1. Chip carving decorations for the boats
    2. Carvings for your home

    Intrigued, and looking forward to the answer(s)…

  2. Bob Says:

    You’re posting early today Al.

    1. bzzzzzt
    2. gettin’ warmer

    Thanks for stopping by, and the guesses.

  3. Boy Says:

    Animal silhouettes to shoot over with an airsoft gun :)

  4. Bob Says:

    Nice idea, but bzzzzzzt.

    Silhouttes oughta be metal so they produce a satisfying “PLINK” when hit. Good to put em on pivots too so they go “PLINK … phwet, phwet, phwet, phwet” as they spin.

  5. Genevieve Says:

    A giant rubiks cube?

    Also, if you could email me privately I have a question.

    Thanks!
    Genevieve

  6. Bob Says:

    Hmmmm. Hadn’t thought of that. :)

  7. The Village Carpenter Says:

    I’m throwing my hat in the ring for Christmas ornaments.
    Or big toothpicks.

  8. Bob Says:

    You’re GOOD Kari! (Yes, we already knew that.) Lesee now, when you win do you get your hat back?

    One of those answers is correct.

  9. Shann Says:

    So…ummm…how about Christmas ornaments. So the real question is what kind of ornaments. How about little sailboats?

  10. Bob Says:

    Well Shannon, most of the intended recipients don’t have quite the same entusiasm for boating that I have … and live in areas where sailing at Christmas time can happen only on boats with runners. Nice idea, but I’ll stay with something a little closer to “traditional.”

    Thanks for stopping by.

  11. Mike D. Says:

    I’m going to say fishing lures.