Gun Stock Carving – Basketweave Pattern

Mastering The Basketweave Gun Stock Carving Pattern

Basketweave Pattern Gun Stock Carving ImageThe basketweave pattern has quickly become a favorite amongst gun stock carvers. Joe Cummings is a master gun stock carver that specializes in replacing the factory checkering on a gun stock with the basketweave (or fishscale) pattern. This is a very nice way to turn an ordinary gun stock into a one-of-a-kind original piece of art. We’re talking about a gun that will be cherished and admired by all and a gun that your children will surely fight over one day!

And believe it or not – YOU CAN DO THIS type of gun stock carving, with no artistic ability!

We’ve been giving away free patterns for a while now – patterns for gun stock carving, wood carving, glass engraving and more….

However……. today we are raising the bar.

Today, we are going to give you the entire presentation on Mastering the Basketweave Pattern – Gun Stock Carving.

The entire, one hour (approx.) presentation that Joe Cummings presented to The I&E Network last night. Step by step from start to finish – Joe walks you through the steps he takes, the burs he uses, and even the finishing process.

Thanks to Joe for sharing so generously with our network.

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Joe Cummings presents "Mastering the Basketweave Pattern"

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Helpful Links:

Download the Basketweave Pattern

Order the Basketweave DVD

Order the Fishscale DVD

Save on the Basketweave and Fishscale DVD Set

Order the Basketweave Bur Sampler Set

Order the Fishscale Bur Sampler Set

See Joe’s Upcoming Class Schedule

(The Patterns are also on the DVD’s for Printing.)

The I&E Network Logo - by Gary PriceMember of The I&E Network have access to all of our recorded webinars, receive discounts on all carving and engraving supplies, and much more.

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One Response to Gun Stock Carving – Basketweave Pattern

  1. Bill Eads August 9, 2012 at 1:03 am #

    I liked your video. Bill Eads