Well, I guess that I admit that I am a tool junkie. No budget and no money so I have made some tools. My inspiration has been Darrell Feltmate, Alan Lancer, and many other web sites and this group. So here are some pics of the tools.
First pic: From left: Scraper made from a ripping chisel - handle is poplar, next 2 are 45 deg. shear scrapers - Robert Sorby - shafts are 3/8" key stock - purchased the scraper inserts - handles are unknown wood, next is a hook tool made from 1/4" oil hardened drill rod - handles are oak, next is a bowl gouge made from 1/2" oil hardened drill rod - handle is oak, next is my Oland tool - handle is tube steel with rubber rope for a grip, next at top is the gate for the hook tool - 1/2" pipe with a 3/4" bolt (this threads into the tee and 2 set screws hold it from turning, and bottom is a block that I made to sharpen the hook tool - lays flat on my grinding jig. Believe it or not, they all seem to work pretty well. I also have made a bowl gouge for my son, Jeff, that is not in the pic. That bowl gouge was made from grade 8 bolt. Has anyone tried using high strength bolts? I found that they work pretty well.
Second pic: from left, Sorby 45 deg scraper, Oland tool, Hook tool, bowl gouge.