Hollow Spiral Whittler’s Puzzle – Fun woodcarving project!!!

woodcarving project 3 chord hollow spiral whittler's puzzle
Here I go over an intermediate project that uses a common size basswood block. you can get this grab bag of basswood on ebay from lumber4you here's the link (you can double the amount of wood for a few bucks more!
and these knives from deepwoodsventures
the illustration for the project measurements are on my blog at

36 Comments

  1. Keith Araneo-Yowell

    The word you’re looking for is helix

  2. +Keith Araneo-Yowell oooh….good one. usually by the time people leave comments i’ve figured out the word i’m an idiot about in the video..but not in this case. thanks bruv.

  3. I dont whittle, and dont plan to. but I stumbled on your video and found it interesting enough to watch through. You not only have a gift with wood, you seem to have the gift of gab. I found it interesting just listening to what you had to say… great job on both fronts..

  4. Seif Abdennadher

    this is wonderful πŸ˜€

  5. Speaking of grab bags bought in discount stores – Hen pecking is not the basis for successful value creation in society, but it it suited to raiding, combative cultures who are subconsciously driven to push outwards, to dominate and conquer foreign lands and females, as symbolic means to subdue the single female archetype in their lives, they could not surmount.

    At this stage, such techniques are often used as detracting, delimiting measure planted in competing cultures, and are commonly found in clearing house countries that ship out human produce to where value is higher, and make a living this way, Essentially selling children out, or to be kinder, pushing them out of the nest. With entire communities now having found themselves bobbing the high seas of the world like rubber ducks, hoping for a safe harbor or a good offer to take up.

    Which is when these detracting, deriding, hen pecking, bush whacking segments get paid, for driving such human capital (new blood and cheap labor) onto the shores of eager buyers

  6. No. its your truth. Not mine

  7. Truth is found in many places, it belongs to no one. Although it does take on different colors and shades when it is in different hands. Such simple truths, and many others still, have been been replaced with either self interest or blind faith, or some combination of the two. Using appetite (for self preservation and status) as compass, and sentiment as safety harness

  8. Speaking of truth, yer a bit of a nutter eh?

  9. truth hurts, lies are preferred, choices one day at a time have led to this.

  10. “Hold on let me drink my beer…”
    Bahahahaha

  11. NURSE! Wee Willy’s using the computer again!!!

  12. Bushcraft Costa Rica William Chaverri

    Which knives are those ?

  13. I remember doing this and the ball in a cage in Jr High back in the 70’s. Cut myself a few times but loved them, I might have to try again. Yours looks amazing, very nice.

  14. Hi – can you recommend a carving knife? love the video, tnx!

  15. Zach Halliwell

  16. Your left middle finger, first knuckle. Mind sharing how you got the scar? πŸ™‚

  17. Bushcraft Costa Rica William Chaverri u can get them on Amazon…

  18. Bushcraft Costa Rica William Chaverri

  19. where did you buy your tools

  20. what are you using to sharpen? every time I want to sharpen it is a big ordeal. hopefully you will even see this comment. looks great!

  21. Shoutout to my ASMR gang!

  22. Regarding getting 3 cables from two lines:

    If you think of it as a rectangle paper, and try to divide the paper into three sections, you would use 2 lines to do so.

    When wanting to know how many lines you need to draw for the desired cables just say: [Cable Amount] – 1 = [Line Amount]

  23. you sure do ramble alot

  24. Plz tell me you’re joking.

  25. I like listening to you talk its very soothing

  26. I could watch you do that for hours

  27. it would be stunning to look at if is over 2 feet long

  28. Kraftsman Sheng hell yeah it would! I just might attempt that sometime. Thanks buddy.

  29. Brian Burgess its just a cheap plastic backed diamond stone

  30. Then he strops on a piece of leather glued on a wood block after applying stropping compound

  31. BUT HOW DID HE DRINK HIS BEER WITHOUT HIS HANDS?!

  32. “Stick it in therrrrre, and just, kinda likkkkke, pullll on it… Yeah. 27:30

  33. It’s like how you dry In between ur legs with a towel…or at least cartoon characters do it.

  34. How on god’s green earth…

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