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post #1 of 10 Old 09-27-2009, 09:18 AM Thread Starter
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another bowl

another bowl (just one of the most recent batch, but one of my favorites out of the lot). I don't mean to be immodest, but I do have to say that sometimes I really just love how these things turn out.

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post #2 of 10 Old 09-27-2009, 09:37 AM
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O .M.G. Nice job. I like how you labeled everything.

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Very nice. I like how the ovals turn out on the edges.
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Pretty cool pattern there Phindy,
But what's with all the labeling? I would have to say that's cheating, just like reading the instructions. Hmmmm..... That is a good way to use up the small pieces of good wood lying around the shop. I would have to say it looks more like a platter with a pedestal. Actually, it would make a perfect ashtray if you could find the right size glass plate to go inside of it. I would reserve that for special occasion cigar smoking only of course. Good job.
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Mike,

After our discussion about ashtrays last time I posted some bowl pics, I did go on the internet and I found the glass inserts for ashtrays, but I haven't bought any yet. I'm still thinking about it.

As for the lables, I have a memory like an elephant, but I have noticed lately that I sometimes forget where I put the peanuts.

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That really is phenominal, great job. What glue do you use to hold everything together? Please say TB II.

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I just use plain old hardware store yellow glue. I can't say that I've had NO problems, because I sometimes use woods of radically different characteristics and even with the small pieces I'm using, some serious forces can build up due to varying movement in service, but I'm not convinced that TiteBond would prevent the few problems that I do have and since I buy the stuff by the gallon, and frequently, the yellow glue fits my budget better.

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Very cool. I need to try turning someday. Maybe when I set up shop at the next house.

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Thats purty .. one of a kind
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Very attractive. Nice work.

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