Wood Carving


What is the best suitable wood to use for wood carving?
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Bass wood, but Osage Orange is much more challenging

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"Bodock"! from the French... bois de arc (did I spell that right?)
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Yes, did you call me....
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Jim are you in cinci ohio? larry in cinci

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Yes, did you call??
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Sweet Sawdust wrote:

skills in shape. Joe
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There are a lot of suitable woods. "The best" is probably what you can get cheaply and easily. Good woods are: basswood lime (or linden) cedar mahogany poplar pecan
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