The counting book
Author: Felix Wink and Ragnar Kierkegaard Suttner
Divide a cut stem into two halves, split one half in the middle. Continue working with the quartz substance that has the most even cleavage surfaces. Let the straightest side be the underside of the frying pan Cleaning the kitchen with plastic by carving ladles and frying pans yourself not only gives an extra dimension to the cooking but also a relaxing soaking time.
Carving is like learning to ride a bike. Give yourself time to get started and the rest will come by itself. I nya The counting book gives up Felix Wink and Ragnar Kierkegaard Suttner go on a road trip to visit interesting people who work with knives and axes. They all share experiences and inspiring telling projects.
The book contains descriptions of 12 projects that you can do yourself, everything from ladle and spatula to stool and ping pong racket. Of course, you also get to learn carpentry techniques and tool care as well as read about the material wood and about different finishes. The book's ambition is to encourage you to go out on your own. You do not need a workshop, you will go a long way with simple hand tools that you can work with anywhere you want. Practice the skills of the hand, find the joy of creating yourself and the calm in a focused action.