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November 10, 2012 at 8:31 PM

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Carving out a spot for craft


COLIN DILTZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Judges inspect a woodcarving entry in the competition during the 32nd Annual Carvers Association Show and Sale Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012, in Puyallup. Beginning to expert level carvers entered creations to be judged. Visitors could also buy wood carving tools and buy work from other carvers.

COLIN DILTZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Richard Mazza, of Puyallup, plays a Native American style flute, which he hand carved, at the 32nd Annual Carvers Association Show and Sale Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012, at the Puyallup Fair and Events Center. Mazza has made about 150 of the flutes, from more than 50 different kinds of woods. He started making the flutes in 2008.

COLIN DILTZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Bonnie and Gil Drake, of Arlington, hand make wood carving knives with recycled sawmill blades and recycled wood. The tools are made in batches of 12 and the two can make about one batch a day, said Bonnie Drake.

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