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PEA-Badge-Round-Wood-Woodworking

 
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The PEA version of round wood woodworking is not dissimilar to the PEP version. It is still about using unprocessed wood to create new things without glue and largely without metal. As with the other badge, power tools may sometimes be used, though generally unpowered items are preferred. If required, it will be so noted. Much of it works green wood into a form, then allows it to cure after. Unlike the other badge, almost every project at the lowest badge is something small. The assumption is that initially, space will be at a premium. The badge is about developing the same basic skill understandings needed to move forward on larger projects once one is free to do so.

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Widemouth sized sauerkraut stomper from a single piece of wood. (hand tools only)
Small compound mallet (smaller dry stick goes into a bigger green stick (head)) (hand tools only)
Carve a big, ugly, nearly useless spoon (hand tools only)
Cutting board or serving tray
Dry peg in greenwood project (build one):
 - coat hooks (4)
 - end table
 - simple coffee table
 - stool
Create homemade lincoln logs (saddle notch) 24
Two coat hooks made from small trees and the hooks are the branches on these trees (no need for any joinery)

Straw
Lightweight stool
<2 More larger projects TBA>
Create 3 more sets of homemade lincoln logs
Carve a nice, lightweight spoon you can eat with
Carve a nice wooden butter knife
Bowsaw frame
Roundwood sawhorse desk
Basic heavy kitchen chair with a back

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