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A Plate Of Curly Ash

A Plate Of Curly Ash

Here is a plate that I turned out of a piece of Curly Ash. It was a real treat to see the curl appear as it was turned. This was doubled by the fact that I had never heard of curling in Ash. Here you can see the curl running across the lower bowl of […]

A Birch Bowl With Double Rim

Here’s a small bowl that I turned recently out of Birch. I found that it turned and finished up very nice and the grain contrast showed through very well. It features an inner rim which gives it a bit of a different look and the corresponding sloped side accents it. It is approximately 6.5″ in […]

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The Nova Woodturner’s Meet Again!

After a long summer hiatus the Nova Woodturner’s Guild met for the first meeting of our fourteenth season last night. And what a great meeting it was! There were awards given out, a fantastic show and tell and bowl making and spindle turning demos and instruction. There were over 40 members in attendance for this […]

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A Wonderful Windfall Of Wood

I lucked into a wonderful windfall of wood recently! A woodturning friend of mine decided to retire and was emptying out his wood shop and I just happened to be in the right place at the right time. I was lucky to pick up a couple of hundred bowl blanks, burls and slabs of Maple, […]

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