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Old 06-17-2014, 12:11 PM   #1
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This one is made from bubinga and walnut. Since you all liked my poplar bowl, I thought I would share this one as well.

Thanks again to Carole for her book that was the inspiration for this.
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That bowl looks great. The colors are perfect.
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Great job.....
Looking forward to more ..... thanks for sharing
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Very sharp looking bowl. Someone is going to really appreciate getting that. Thanks for sharing this with us. Keep up the great work.

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Thanks all. Its going to my sister-in-law actually. It's kind of funny that every non-scroller I show or give a bowl to are blown away by them. If they only knew how relatively easy they are to make, I am sure they would start asking for sets!
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Lovely job--colors and shape work really beautifully!
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Not sure if I would have thought to put bubinga and walnut together, but they look great. Superb looking bowl!
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Not sure if I would have thought to put bubinga and walnut together, but they look great. Superb looking bowl!
Yea, me either honestly and I was concerned there wouldn't be enough contrast. I was actually going to mix in ash for a three wood bowl, but I was having issues with the blank glue-up.
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Beautiful bowl - thanks for sharing.
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