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Old 04-17-2014, 10:18 PM   #1
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This is my "stab" at Carole's Scrolled Yarn Bowl in SSW&C current issue. It's made from Sassafras and baltic birch plywood. These are the only woods I had available. I intend on making another one out of Cherry and Purpleheart. It's was fun to make, just didn't like the scrolled side. I don't like spiral blades, but used one anyway. Also used my Dremel on it.

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Wow! You are fast. I got my mag yesterday but you must have gotten yours earlier. That is really good work.
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NICE..!!!!!!
The deep color adds to it..
Beautiful piece..!!!!!!!!
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Nice job, Charles. I'm not very good with spirals, which is why I left plenty of wood for smoothing things out.

Did you make it with someone in mind?
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I like the contrasting wood. Nicely done.
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Wow, Charles, that is a beautiful bowl. The colors are great. I am still working on the basic bowl. I just got the flex shaft and accessories from Seyco.
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Very nicely done Charles. good choices for color and grain. Thanks for sharing this with us.


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Very nice you must get the magazine earlier because I just got mine 2 days ago.
Might take a crack at it but the golf season will open here soon, so the shop is closed during the golf season.
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Now now Dave be nice, some of us with frozen butts may get a bit testy!
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