Mora 106 Wood Carving Knife

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Mora 106 Wood Carving Knife

This is an excellent woodcarving knife for beginners. It is also easy to sharpen, which means that you can experience enjoyable woodcarving moments over and over again.

The characteristic woodcarving knives are highly appreciated all over the world and are well known for their excellent sharpness and high quality. They are used by skilled craftsmen in Nusnäs, where one of Sweden’s most famous national symbols, the Dala horse, is produced. With a barrel-shaped oiled handle of Scandinavian birch wood and a long, tapered blade in carbon steel, you can carve beautiful objects, and only your imagination sets the limits. The knife’s full rat tail tang, which runs through the entire handle, provides both strength and stability in each cut, and the handle gives you the opportunity to shape it to your own needs or expression. Carbon steel rusts; wipe and oil the blade after use.

For hook knives, please see the Mora 162 or Mora 163.


  • Blade Thickness: 0.11″ (0.27 cm)
  • Blade Length: 3.2″ (8.2 cm)
  • Total Length: 7.5″ (19.0 cm)
  • Net Weight: 2.7 oz. (76 g)

Is this a hook knife??

No, but it pairs well with one. This is a traditional small, straight carving knife blade with a gentle taper.

Is this good for carving or whittling spoons?

Yes, this is an excellent carving knife. Add a hook knife for the bowl and you're set.

Where is this made?

Mora knives are proudly made in Sweden.

6 reviews for Mora 106 Wood Carving Knife

  1. Todd O. (verified owner)

    Comfortable, strong, super sharp and ready to go!

  2. Douglas (verified owner)

  3. Steven Wood (verified owner)

  4. Rod Yewell (verified owner)

  5. Philip Palmer (verified owner)

    Love this little knife I am using it for a neck knife great for carving and all kinds of camping activities.

  6. Michael (verified owner)

    Great carving knife, love Mora knives. Arrived with slight surface rust that came right off with #0000 Stella wool.

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