Synonymous with camping and the outdoors, Kuksas are a joy to hold. The texture of the knife cuts and the quiet nature of wood is reminiscent of cold mornings in the woods with breakfast over a cheery fire.

This is the first of many kuksas for me. The process was a slow but enjoyable one and I look forward to adding these to my shop. I’ve been busy carving spoons as well and have a few for sale on my etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/wilderwoodworking





About Anthony Wilder

I am an artisan woodworker from Grand Rapids, MI. Woodworking is my passion and I do all my work with hand tools. We can learn a lot from past methods and mindsets and I am working towards teaching the lost art of working wood.
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