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Old 07-22-2014, 07:28 PM   #1
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Default Pine and Paduk Scalloped Bowl

Created this bowl from pine scraps and a 1/8 in hick leftover piece of paduk. Sealed with tung oil and top coated with shellac. This bowl is 5 1/2 inches wide x 7 3/4 inches long and 3 inches tall. The walls of the bowl started at 3/8 inches thick and were sanded to around 1/4 inch.




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looks good DW.....getting fancy with the glue ups.
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I really like that design. Is that your own pattern? If so how did yo make it?
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Very nice work
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I really like that design. Is that your own pattern? If so how did yo make it?
Keith the pattern for the bowl I created on the website Scrollmania. On that website there is a program that allows you to create the pattern. When you are done it downloads the pattern to you and you can then print it out. Hope that helps. Oh there is a tutorial that Dave created for using the program and it is very helpful.


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Sweet! Very nicely done, both the pattern and the execution.
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Love it! ...... one more design that is unique to a scrollsaw.
And very well done too. Cutting to match-up all those accent strips on each layer shows your attention to detail. One more time your grain choice and use is superb.
Thanks for sharing .....
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That is a beautiful bowl... I like the shape of it... Fay
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Very well done on the bowl.
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