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Wednesday's Wisdom For Woodturners September 12, 2018

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Thank you Lew

 

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Lew you just keep finding these videos. I may never catch up. Nice bowl. @lew @Jim from Easy Wood ToolsAm I correct they want the ornament unfinished?

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10 hours ago, Gerald said:

 @lew @Jim from Easy Wood ToolsAm I correct they want the ornament unfinished?

Gerald,

Unfinished only if it's easier for you...  We have a lady in our office that said here daughters would enjoy decorating unfinished Christmas tree ornaments or maybe snowmen.  Just a thought to make things easier donate if you would be so kind.

Thanks

Jim

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@HandyDan Thank You! I have some cut logs sealed with TiteBond and they seem to be holding up well.

 

@Gerald Thanks! Have you seen the reply from @Jim from Easy Wood Tools about the ornaments?

 

@Jim from Easy Wood Tools Thank You! I am going to create another thread specifically on the topic of these ornaments. I hope we can get enough ornaments to have our own Patriot Woodworkers tree :D

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7 minutes ago, lew said:

Thank You! I am going to create another thread specifically on the topic of these ornaments. I hope we can get enough ornaments to have our own Patriot Woodworkers tree

@Jim from Easy Wood Tools, I am in! I want to turn some too, they may look like ornaments, or they may look like something from The Nightmare Before Christmas, but I'll try my best! Can someone direct me/us to a how-to on creating basic ornaments for us beginning turners? Thanks!

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@John Morris Here are three for you from simple to moderate skill level.

How to turn a Christmas Tree

Turning a Snowman

2014 Christmas Ornament Challenge

 

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3 minutes ago, Gerald said:

@John Morris Here are three for you from simple to moderate skill level.

How to turn a Christmas Tree

Turning a Snowman

2014 Christmas Ornament Challenge

 

Thanks so much Gerald!

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Here is one from our very own Steve Wooden Christmas Bell

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Thanks in advance to all of you!

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