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post #1 of 8 Old 03-06-2010, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
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A Thin Walnut Bowl and a ?

Here's a couple of my recent pieces I haven't shown. The walnut is down to ~ 1/8".

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Tim, those look great. How big is the first one, the chip n dip bowl? I need to get on the stick and make one like that. My wife has mentioned it a couple of times. Nice work.

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Very sweet, I've never turned in my life but it amazes me how even and perfectly uniform you can make it.Great job
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Nice bowls Tim,
I like the walnut piece. The chip dip bowl is a good idea too.
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Thanks all. That walnut is the first time I've tried the undercut rim like that. The chip n dip bowl is just under 8 1/2", kinda on the small size. For the life of me I couldn't remember what that type was called.

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Really nice bowls.Keep up the good work. I like the spalting look.
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Tim, very nice bowls, nice idea on the chip-n-dip bowl. great job on your under cut rim bowl, rims gives the bowl more character in my opinion.

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nice! Well done

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