Woodcraft Woodshop - Diamond Willow Walking Stick 1pc
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Diamond Willow is one of Mother Nature’s true gems. It typically grows in northern climates, and ours comes from Minnesota. The diamond refers to willow which has been deformed while growing. At...
Item 17B54Model 4" X 6" X 12"
Item 17B53Model 4" X 4" X 12"
Item 131515Model PAR BAS079
Item 50X21Model 3X3X12
Item 50W70Model 2" X 2" X 12"
Item 159526Model Tupelo 3x6x12
Item 50W77Model 4" X 8" X 12"
Item 50W72Model 4" X 4" X 12"
Item 159420Model Jelutong 2x2x12
Item 154449Model P89-191
- 4-1/2' to 5-1/2' long and 1" to 4" in diameter
- Sticks will vary in length with a minimum of 4-1/2' to a maximum of 5-1/2' depending on the stick
- Sticks will vary in diameter with a minimum of 1" to a maximum of 4" depending on the stick
- Numerous projects: walking stick, rustic furniture, picture frames, etc.
- Air-dried and debarked
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In our previous blog, “What do carver John McClung and Woodcraft have in common? – Part 1“, we featured new walking sticks offered by Woodcraft (Item #153534 at your local store only) and our carver, John McClung of Custom Carved Mantles, who carved two of the wood spirits as a fine example for us.
New Diamond Willow Walking Sticks that are great for rustic furniture, picture frames, or for carving your favorite designs!
Each year the Parkersburg, West Virginia, Humane Society holds a “Walk Your Paws” fundraising benefit. This year, Woodcraft had the woodworking opportunity to be a small part of this community event with the making of a prosthetic leg for a canine costume contest during the event. Keating, a male boxer mix, belonging to Woodcraft employee Nancy Miller, won a 1st place prize basket of treats with his pirate’s outfit, complete with a handcrafted willow wood pegleg.
Love my walking stick
I got my walking stick unfinished. And the more I sand it the more beautiful it becomes. Put coat of vanish and it's gorgeous. The product is as advertised. He even told me that the one I wanted had a crack in the handle as it dried. That's Mother Nature. I love the imperfection as most would call it, I call it character. Good instructions on how to install the tip lots of numbers and web sites to help you if you have questions about finishing your walking stick.
poor quality diamond willow
I purchased four sticks four making canes. I was able to use only one. Two of the sticks had no characteristics of diamond willow which is actually a disease that gives the wood the diamond and red hue qualities. These were only suited for the fireplace. What a JOKE
Exactly what I was looking for.
looking to try new material for making walking sticks. Usually used exotic lumber that I have to shave down before carving. This will mean I can spend more time carving and less shaving. I bought this myself
They are interesting looking sticks. Received 5 sticks ranging 1-1/4 ' to 2- 1/4" dia. and from 4' to 7-1/2 Very interesting sticks. Will be put to good use. Received lengths from 4'- 7-1/2' and dia. from 1-1/4" to 2-1/2".
no selectivity used
ancestors had 2 canes from "diamond willow" that were well figured (many little diamonds) and beautiful keepsakes from Nebraska, I did not inherit one of them, so ordered this one. Only 2-3 of the characteristic little diamonds, and two very large flaws from larger limbs. Combined made it totally unusable for a show off cane.
Was a little disappointed in the 2 willow sticks I purchased. One is to small in diameter to really use as a walking stick and the other has a very large rotten spot about halfway down. Neither will be able to be used the way I had hoped.