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Bottle opener with black locust handle

Bottle opener with black locust handle by C.J. Stiles Woodworking
Bottle_opener_with_black_locust_handle by C.J. Stiles WoodworkingBottle_opener_with_black_locust_handle by C.J. Stiles WoodworkingBottle_opener_with_black_locust_handle by C.J. Stiles Woodworking
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This simple but sturdy tool will open a bottle of beer or puncture a can with ease. The attractive handle is hand turned from black locust wood. Bottle openers may be on the endangered species list since the invention of the twist off bottle cap but there are still of specialty beer out there that require an opener and even the twist offs are more easily removed when one is available.

I have enjoyed woodworking from a young age, receiving my first functional tools at the age of six, and my interests and inspirations have changed and evolved over the years. Around 2008 my interests led me woodturning and I bought my first lathe. I was soon sucked into the vortex of turning wood and all the possibilities that it brought. With my previous experience in woodworking it did not take long to start producing items that had friends and family pestering me to start selling them. While reluctant at first I have slowly given in and now find myself joining up with Foodie pages to offer my work to a wider audience.

I now source most of my wood locally from urban trees that have been cut down for various reasons. This provides a use for wood that would otherwise go to waste as well as allowing me to find pieces with unusual character that would never be available commercially. For some of my smaller pieces though I still give in to the lure of exotic woods and the beauty that they have to offer.

C.J. Stiles Woodworking from North Vancouver, BC

C.J. Stiles WoodworkingNorth Vancouver, BC

I have enjoyed woodworking from a young age, receiving my first functional tools at the age of six, and my interests and inspirations have changed and evolved over the years. Around 2008 my interests led me woodturning and I bought my first lathe. I

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