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A client at work asked if I could make here something to replace her families old Michigan Rummy board.

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I thought about a series of 8 small bowls around a larger center bowl that will all be mounted to a board with a lazy susan under it. The small bowls are cherry and are (approximately) 4" in diameter and 2" tall. The center bowl is a piece of Port Orford cedar and is 6" in diameter and also about 2" tall. I'll post final pics over in the project section when it's finished.


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This is the first time I tried making bowls exactly the same size. I got close, but man that's harder than you think.
 

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It looks like you have a good plan and a good start going there. Making a copy of something on a lathe has proven challenging to me, I can't imagine doing multiples like you have.....great job! Very impressive.
 

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A client at work asked if I could make here something to replace her families old Michigan Rummy board.

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I thought about a series of 8 small bowls around a larger center bowl that will all be mounted to a board with a lazy susan under it. The small bowls are cherry and are (approximately) 4" in diameter and 2" tall. The center bowl is a piece of Port Orford cedar and is 6" in diameter and also about 2" tall. I'll post final pics over in the project section when it's finished.


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This is the first time I tried making bowls exactly the same size. I got close, but man that's harder than you think.
Yea, it's hard. Seems like it would be easy, doesn't it?
 
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