Good. The carving sets are quite useful. Just looked at the link posted by choccie32 - some are definitely complex! I'm sure my son will be interested in the Star Wars templates.
Thanks. I do have a kit with different size knives and can carve the more generic pumpkin patterns as posted by the OP without too much trouble. It was the link posted by choccie32 to the rather complex Disney characters that might prove challenging, unless you have a very sharp knife, a very steady hand and a very strong wrist!
With the right kind of pumpkin carving 'knife' it can be fairly easy. Supermarkets sell basic ones - see Wilko's : https://www.wilko.com/en-uk/wilko-pumpkin-carving-kit/p/0334983 (but the scraper isn't that great, just use a sturdy big spoon) or a kit like this with different sized 'knives' : https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2018-Pumpkin-Carving-Kit-with-10-stencils-and-5-designs-new-stronger-tools/292753734277?hash=item44297b7a85:g:MGQAAOSw~LBbszFN After carving it, rub a little vaseline on the cut flesh to stop it drying out too quickly Heat, OP! :)
Way too intricate for my (lack of) pumpkin-carving skills.
Posted 7th Oct 2018Posted 7th Oct 2018
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