Years ago I made a video on my YouTube channel claiming that the Mora 105 is the greatest slöjd knife of all time considering what it offers, the price, and availability, BUT...
When I see a Mora carving knife I mostly see what it COULD BE...
Today I got a special 106 to offer.
He most widely used slöjd knife today and for a long time.
When I went 2 months around Sweden I of course stopped by Mora and THE Mora shop to pick up some knives... Courtesy if you wanna call it that. 
So here we go:
"Woodland Elve" 
Mora 106 from Mora, Sweden.
Filed by hand to a distal taper for that lovely Japanese finish.
Hammered bolster.
Filed, chamfered spine.
Sharpening choil filed. 
Hollow ground to 0 at a 25 degree angle. 
Another thing I started about 13 years back and still try to figure out are those molded sheaths... This one's turned out half decent.
Liner-less and glueless 5oz halftanned sheath with that slight snap in feel we all love so much.
Wabisabi Paint finish.

Woodland Elve Mora 106