Kuksa Carving: Quick & Easy In Field Crafting — Bushcraft, Outdoors, DIY Wooden Cup

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In this short video I am carving a kuksa out of a piece of birch wood. I am only using some hand tools like my Gransfors hatchet and some carving and spoon knives. This is an in field type of demonstration for those who want to quickly make a wooden cup in the outdoors – in case you wonder why the kuksa has not yet been oiled. The green wood simply did not dry yet.

Furthermore, I am using my “Buschmannsitz” chair. The idea comes from the channel “Michas Pfadfinderei”, I simply crafted this chair from an old car seat belt I got from a junkyard. This is mounted on a simple tripod. A very handy piece of gear, if you ask me.

If you want to know more about how to properly carve and dry a mug like that, please check out this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xD_YjAp4yT8&t=4s

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