Whittling / Carving knives


Whittling / Carving knives

For those who like to carv/whittle something. We will talk about all knife types for whittling, about types of wood and types of whittling.

If you just collect a Whittler knives, you are also invited!

Location: All aroud the world!
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Latest Activity: Aug 31, 2022

Tom T. Hall - The Whittler

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Started by J.J. Smith III. Last reply by Kenneth W. Hill Nov 30, 2020. 53 Replies

If you enjoy whittlin and carving, why not show some of your work. Post your pics here...Continue

Next whittling knife.

Started by John Bamford. Last reply by Lewis E.Ward Jul 9, 2020. 9 Replies

Although I am tempted by the latest GEC folder for my new whittling knife, it certainly is a great looking knife, I want to try a fixed blade for a change.I have narrowed my choice down to three,…Continue

whittlers,large grip.

Started by richard m bissell III. Last reply by richard m bissell III Sep 27, 2019. 2 Replies

If you have the hand for them, there are sunfish size, whittler pattern knives out there which are new made and carry the brand names Winchester and Kabar.// They can be a bit pricey however they…Continue

Oar Carving Knife / Single Locker (modified Queen Cutlery 41-L, Copperhead)

Started by J.J. Smith III. Last reply by Tom Peterson Dec 20, 2018. 35 Replies

   Kaylin and I went to the Charlotte Woodcarvers Club, annual show, this past weekend, and I was fortunate to see Robert Stadtlander, from Stadtlander Woodcarvings.  I was hoping to find an…Continue

Tags: Stadtlander, Queen, Carver, Oar



The term “BEE CARVEFUL” was coined by Michael Keller years ago. Michael and the Wood Bee Carver became friends via the internet through an article he wrote in a trade newspaper in his home state of Washington. On his blog and web site he coined the word “carveful” and developed it into a humorous and […]


The HALF PINT BAND is an interpretation of an earlier Hillbilly Band carved in the style of WHITTLE FOLK carved in the mid 80’s.  Both were carved out of basswood block three inches tall and an inch square. The Half Pint interpretation however was carved in the proportional scale of a half inch equals a […]


The Mountain Man holding a walking staff is a repeat of a carving project done in 2015 which can be viewed by clicking on “Mountain Man Twice” While there are similarities to the original carving project, yet it is not an exact copy since it is an interpretation of the original.  Every carving project is […]

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Comment by Jan Carter on January 11, 2021 at 13:01

song starts about 11 mins but the lead up story is pretty cool too

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Comment by Lewis E.Ward on August 16, 2020 at 16:20
A few of my wood carving knives that I use for flat plane carving figures.
Congress Pattern Pocket Knives
Left: 2-Boker, red bone is the Carver's Congress model. Steel ok walk and talk varies.
Center: 3 J.A.Henckels, all 1095 steel excellent heat treatment. top 6 blade Henckels Congress, middle 4 blade, bottom-customized by a professional knife maker/ whittler, been using since 1997.
Right: Great Eastern Cutlery (GEC) Tidioute #62 Easy Pocket Congress. Recent purchase and amazingly comfortable knife to use.

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Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on June 30, 2020 at 0:03

Great Eastern Cutlery is producing a very short GEC#33 Conductor 1/2 whittler run.  I hear rumors that GEC is a little short on materials and they are using NOS parts to fill in the void. 

Comment by John Bamford on March 5, 2020 at 12:25

That's a terrific looking knife and would be very tempting as I am looking for a new whittling knife. The only trouble is that I have decided on a fixed blade this time.

Comment by J.J. Smith III on March 4, 2020 at 13:08

I'm gonna have to go natural micarta.

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Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on March 4, 2020 at 7:32

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Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on March 4, 2020 at 7:25

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Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on February 21, 2020 at 12:45

The Great Eastern Cutlery #62 Pocket Carvers are almost completed. 

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Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on February 7, 2020 at 15:21

I just snagged some GEC#62 white bone "pocket carver" production photos. 


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