Monthly Archives: November 2011

Japanese Maple Bowl

  Japanese maple bowl¬† ( 7 1/4″ x 3″)     The blank for this bowl was cut from this half log: which is the other half of this log: The Japanese Maple came from a tree that Brandon and … Continue reading

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The Driftwood Tree

November 20, 2011 After “success” with the candlesticks, I went down to the shore at low tide to cut up the rest of the driftwood tree. Nice day for it. The driftwood tree The cut-off end showing where I had … Continue reading

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Driftwood Candlesticks

(Background) a drift wood log off the “beach” (see the above photo), (L) piece left over after cutting the part I wanted to use, (M) the first candlestick with the tenon still on, (R) the other half of the cylinder … Continue reading

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Goblet in oak.

  Turned from the same piece of oak firewood as the box. The stem and the goblet bowl both cracked. (2 3/4″ x 6″)

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Small bowl in beech

  Beech bowl – rescued from the junk pile – re-turned with the Easy Wood Ci0 and Ci1 tools and finished with beeswax, carnuba wax and orange oil. (4 1/4″ dia.)  

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