Part 1 is the post prior to this one.
So, printed out a new copy of the design.
Bolster needs a bit of work but that's fine.
Handle should fit on here quite nicely:
I think I went for the right size
I decided to angle the front of the cocobolo slightly so that the majority of the grain was running down the length of the handle.
Hit a bit of wonky grain and snagged the cutter, knocking the block off line!
Went round again but had the same issue, despite being careful.
I decided that leaving it at this stage would be fine...
...because I can reposition the handle slightly!!
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