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    Default And just a few more

    Certain occasions are worth marking with a special piece like the birth of my Grandson Alex.
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    And then then sometimes you've just got to go a little crazy. Hand carved ornamentation that I don't think I could really create again today even with the CW as the depths exceed our 1" limit. We needed a front hall coat closet so . . .

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    Hope these are worthy additions Gang.
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    Nice Work!!

    There you go, ya just need an extra hand to help tip it up-right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregsolano View Post
    I am probably the only one with a plain unfinished fletcher dust collector on my CW.
    Haha! Nope... Me too! I should be ashamed... It does always look clean though. <wink>
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    I'm extremely impressed. You are all excellent woodworkers! Lawrence, you have now convinced me that I "need" a lathe, THANKS!. <grin>

    Here's a bowl I made that is 6" diameter by 2-1/4" deep. CW not involved...
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    May as well post a few items here too. They can all be seen on my website along with many other items.

    Lawrence, some really great looking work there.
    Bruce, you too great work, Paul, nice to see some of the cabinets you make, they are very nice.

    Ok if I missed anyone I did not intend to, everyone has posted so many items showing their great workmanship.
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    And a few more
    The pens are just a few. One on the right is the one I use all the time. It has 8 pieces of wood cut and glued on the bottom section.

    The vase on the first post is 300 pieces of wood, stands 9" tall and 8" wide.
    Other walnut bowl is 100 pieces of wood, the quilt pattern is 60 pieces of wood in the center alone, and it is not an inlay. the center section is at least .25 thick, and turning to this thickness.
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    No.. Me too!

    Quote Originally Posted by gregsolano View Post
    Lawrence, I also forgot to mention, that is the coolest looking sled I have ever seen, I have to admit I usually make all my jigs and sleds out of scraps and never even sand or finish them. I am probably the only one with a plain unfinished fletcher dust collector on my CW.
    Sometimes I'm just totally underwhelmed!
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    Just a few samples..

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    another view of the vase showing the pattern is the same inside and outside. Plus a few more items.
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    Man, this is PERFECT--- just what I'd hoped would happen

    Greg- do you cast your own blanks-I've not done that yet-- the pens look great, and the Jukebox... what's playing? (awesome job)

    Jaustin- the ww'er in me says YES YES, but the liberal says NoNO!!!... I think the ww'er wins. Beautiful work--is the last one 50 cal? I've always wanted to make an antler/cartridge pen out of a deer with the cartridge that shot it and a case with the leather from the deer... seems appropriate and "circle of lifey" somehow. My brother keeps promising to get me the cartridge/leather/antler

    Bruce-- I was wondering how many folks here carved by hand as well as with a CW... the spirituality/juxtaposition of both intrigues me... I can't wait to someday buy you a cold beverage and discuss it a bit. Beautiful work as well... stunningly beautiful

    Pkunk-I envy and dread (at the same time) your bread and butter... I've only done one kitchen (mine) an it was just a refurb
    from this

    to this


    There is a part of me that KNOWS that once I retire I may have to do kitchens and bathrooms to pay the bills... part of me dreads this and part of me looks forward to this... you look like you've done an amazing job on yours.... I can only hope to walk in very large footsteps such as yours when I eventually make a move to ww'ing as a livelihood.
    Fletcher- with an eye like that for finding the spirit in the wood, a lathe would suit you well methinks... you've certainly seen "through" the material on this one.
    eelamb- I know who I'm coming to talk to when its time to do some segmented turnings! I bought a disk sander a couple of years ago when I bought my nova dvr (since sold) with the intention of doing segmented turnings. I never got to it and your work makes me regret this and has lit a new fire in my belly again to try a segmented turning. Is the last one a router made bowl? I'd considered making a template similar to fletcher's design a while back (though obviously with less spectacular wood) how did you find the bit/template if that is what you used?
    quarrydesigns- my birthday is in June and I'm getting a video/plans for a Maloof rocker that I plan to make (I hope to carve the seat with the CW). Your pieces, including the rocker, are examples of why I want to do this... Great Grandkids will someday be rocked to sleep in that chair methinks...

    Simply awesome work all- no wonder we do OK at getting things out on the CW...
    Lawrence

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