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    1. Thankyou!! I have been carving lino for a long time.
      * I also use very fine blades that are over 20years old and am very used to how they carve.
      * I sharpen the blades on a stone every so often and use a small amount of very fine sand paper and grit paste on leather to keep the blade sharp as I work.
      * I check when I buy lino that it is soft enough to carve easily but not been sitting on the shelf at the artstore for so long it has become hard and difficult to carve.
      * Lots of Practice!! LOL

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