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Old 05-29-2011, 02:50 PM   #1
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I finished my Triple-Swirl Bowl today. It made from Paduck,Yellowheart and Leopardwood it from Carole Box. I added the base from the ginger jar project in the book. It's made from Red Oak. I'm very pleased with the way the bowl truned out the woods really work well together the color contrast is wonderful. I wont be making another project with yellowheart the saw dust give me a slight rash. The finish is clear gloss lacquer 4 coats. Any and all comments are welcome.
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I've been waiting to see this finished project and it was worth the wait! It's beautiful!
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You've outdone yourself again Dan..........sweeeeeeeet.
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nice job on the bowl, it looks great...

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A most excellent piece of work Dan. I like the colors and the woods you have chosen as well as adding the base. A very eye pleasing piece. Thank you for taking us through the W.I.P. to the final views.

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Beautiful bowl. Been wanting to do one of these but I sure hate sanding. Nice work. Bobby
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Your base looks really nice, Dan, and really sets off the bowl. Sure you haven't done this before?
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Thank you everyone for the nice comments. Bobby before I started doing the bowls and vases I made from Carole's book I did not care at all for sanding. But now I don't mind it at all and in fact in can be fun to take a rough looking bowl or vase and turn it in to a work of art. Every pleasing I have to say. WD I don't know about out doing myself but thank you very much. Carole, I also think the Red Oak sets of the bowl it just what I was hoping for. Thanks again for all the wonderful comments. I headed out now to buy a new hat, mine will no longer fit. I think my next project my be the heart bowl from Carole's book made from Bloodwood.
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Dan, since you mentioned bloodwood, Joe (my partner) came across an interesting finding, that there are more than one types of wood that are called bloodwood, some much harder than others. All the bloodwood pieces I've ever worked with have been really tough to cut and sand, so I tend to use it for thin accents, unless I want to sand for hours to get all the burn and blade marks off. Since the heart bowl needs a lot of sanding to look really nice, check to be sure your bloodwood won't drive you crazy.

I always wanted to make a heart shaped bowl out of bloodwood, and I'm eager to see your results. Should look fabulous! And might it be for your sweetheart, Evelyn?
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