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Nice collection, though I'm not sure I would want to walk around with #4 in my hand.
 

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LOL - although it is very functional and well made, it is mostly a novelty. When I found the stick, I knew right away what it had to be.
 

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Nice assortment of sticks well done.
 

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I thought that was what #4 was. I kept trying to make it into something else.

I don't think I could walk around with it either. You're a braver man than me. :D

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The knob stick (third from bottom) really appeals to me, whether it is the English stick maker in me I don't know but I would be happy, in fact I'd be proud to use any of those sticks mate! Well Done! N.
 

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The knob stick (third from bottom) really appeals to me, whether it is the English stick maker in me I don't know but I would be happy, in fact I'd be proud to use any of those sticks mate! Well Done! N.
Thank you for your kind remarks. It must be the English stick maker in you, it is a relatively plan stick. The line of the shank does straighten back out, in line with the upper portion of the shank, off the right side of the image.

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Maybe four of them have very unusual knobs/handles.

What are they?

thanx
-neb
Neb, I'm not sure what you are asking, but if you mean what kind of wood, the top two knob sticks are maple and the bottom one is oak burl (very pretty). I'm not sure what the other is, it was found on the ground, dried, with most of the bark already peeling.

The top knob, under the twisty, is the stick with the casting resin that I recently posted. It has nice buck rubs on the shank, along with bug tracks and spalting, and is one of my favorites because of it's interesting markings.

Gordon
 
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