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Wood is probably part of human life since primeval time. It has been used in daily life for different purposes. Still today, wood is an integral part of human life. In India, various handmade objects have been produced using wood, known as wooden handicrafts, from ancient time. These handicrafts come with unique and elegant designs. The techniques used in these handicrafts vary with regions since there is diversity in culture of India. These techniques are distinct in their styles and use of different tools for wood carving. Here are general categories of these tools about which a beginner must know.

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A chip carving knife is the most basic tool for wood carving. This tool has an inch and half long blade attached with a long handle which provides comfort to hand at the time of carving wood craft. You should purchase a quality one. Most knives are made of high carbon steel, so these do not get worn quickly than lower quality one. This tool is used for cutting the triangle shape from wood in order to make a proper pattern.

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The gouges are curved tools used in wood carving. These tools can dig out a piece of wood depending upon its shape. These tools come in various shapes such as U-Gouge, V-Gouge, and Spoon Gouge et cetera. These also come in different types which are used for different purposes such as shaping, carving, and surface smoothing. Chisels are also one of the significant tools which are used in wood carving. Chisels are generally used with mallet. Chisel is a long blade tool that is used on tough projects. This tool is also used in marble handicrafts.

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Well, these tools are the mostly used tools in wood carving. The wooden handicrafts suppliers use those tools for quality handicrafts. a beginner must learn about proper techniques of using such tools.

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