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Old 07-06-2011, 10:59 AM   #1
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Hi All,
Haven't posted in a while. This is one of Carol's bowls I just finished. It is made with Walnut, Maple and Cedar.



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Stunning! The turners just can't believe that you can make something like that without a lathe. Excellent work!! Thanks for posting.
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Project well done cseymour. How many of Carole's patterns have you made?
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Thanks guys for the nice comments.
Very much appreciated.

Wood dog , I am ashamed to say this is the first one of Carole's I have done. I have had the book for a while and just have not had time to do anything.
I want to try some of the petal bowls and the Ginger jar next.

Again, thanks for the comments.

Hopefully more projects to follow.

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Old 07-06-2011, 12:45 PM   #5
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Chris, your bowl looks as good as the one in the book! I think you should have a grand old time with some of the other projects, and we all expect to see some really fine work posted soon.
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Excellent work Chris. You really have some skill there .. Thanks for sharing it with us. Looking forward to seeing more of your work.

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Hi Carole and DW,
Thanks again for the kind comments.

Carole I am thoroughly enjoying the book and am anxiously awaiting the new one.

Thanks again.

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Wow - stunning! Great work!
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Excellent job.
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Thanks Patte and Ron for the kind comments,

Ron you boxes and clocks are very impressive.


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