Whizard - Safety Glove, Extra Small, Size 4-5
The greatest protection possible against the hand and finger injuries that often result from accidental knife slips. Made from a patented combination of Kevlar, Spectra and stainless steel, this...
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- Kevlar Spectra and Stainless steel material
- Use on right or left hand
- Made in the USA
- Extra Small, Size 4-5
- Unsurpassed cut resistance
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This article shows how to avoid many carving mishaps.
World’s Master Carver, Ernest “Mooney” Warther, Part 2 – Whittling Basswood Pliers with David Warther
This is part 2 on the World’s Master Carver, Ernest “Mooney” Warther and his family. To see Part 1, click here. In that blog, we mentioned that Mooney and Freida had 5 children. One of which is the late David Warther (below). Dave and his wife had 4 boys, Dale, Dave Jr., Dan and the youngest, Mark who operates the Warther Museum today. The 3rd and 4th generation Warther family does many things for their community, and especially each visiting child to the Warther Museum.
This is part 3 on the World’s Master Carver, Ernest “Mooney” Warther and his family.
If you are looking for some good, clean fun, soap carving may become your next obsession. Carving instructor and author Janet Bolyard uses inexpensive soap and some handmade tools to teach basic carving skills in a less intimidating way than traditional methods. With a new book out in September – “Complete Guide to Soap Carving” – Janet has made it her mission to encourage soap carving and inspire creativity in young and old alike.
Carver, painter, pyrographer, jewelry maker and author are just a few of the titles that Lora S. Irish holds. And she is extremely accomplished in all of them. She has written more than 30 books, including her latest title, Cane Topper Woodcarving, an extensive compilation of “Projects, Patterns and Essential Techniques for Custom Canes and Walking Sticks.” Learn how to carve your own expressive cane toppers from found wood in this enjoyable guide.
I would buy this product again and again
Safety Glove, extra small
Great glove accept the extra small is not really extra small.
Better than some others I've tried.
Heavier in weight than some other Kevlar type gloves. The stainless steel woven in with the fabric obviously accounts for this. I would prefer this glove to have the little rubber "nubbies" to improve the grip of small items. I've had small pieces of wood slip right out of my hand while carving them which is not a good thing when working with sharp tools. Fortunately, I have not "tested" the protection that this glove provides. I doubt that it will protect me from a puncture wound, but neither would any other glove I've used.
Learning woodcarving,It feels very comfortable very good "shield" against accidents
First purchase of my carving career
Saves a lot of blood and gore for this beginner!