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Old 06-12-2011, 07:46 PM   #1
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Default Poplar Bowl

This bowl is 12 in. long by 9 1/4 inches wide. Made from 3/4 in poplar that I got from Lowes because I liked the grain. The bowl was finished with Wipe On Poly and then top coated with lacquer.

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PS Added the pattern in 2 parts. Sorry about the quality of the pattern. I originally drew the pattern on the wood when I made the bowl
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Old 06-12-2011, 09:53 PM   #2
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Oh yea another sweeeeet one. I can see why you liked the grain pattern, fits perfect with your bowl.
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Very nice DW...everytime I make a bowl made from Poplar, it sells right away????? Any chance you might share that pattern??
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Very nice DW...everytime I make a bowl made from Poplar, it sells right away????? Any chance you might share that pattern??

Will draw it up Larry.. I did this one on the fly.

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Nice bowl DW!
As Larry asked to you... Please can you share us the pattern?... Thanks a lot.
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Hey, DW. You're getting good at this stuff! And that grain is really lovely. Way to go!
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Wow, DW, I really like the natural finish on the poplar.
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Love it DW. Where did you get the pattern?
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Nice looking bowl DW.
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Good bowl DW. I did not know you could put lacquer over poly. Learn something every time I visit here.
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