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Found 8 results

  1. lew

    Easy Wood Vessel

    From the album: Easy Wood Tool

    Lidded vessel turned with easy wood tools.
  2. To start off with, this is for a customer that wanted a darning egg to fix socks & things. Well she also wants to be able to hide her needles in the egg itself. So this is going to take a bit of ingenuity on my part and any ideas are welcome. I had thought about drilling a 1/2" hole about 2 to 3" deep in the wood to accommodate the needles and then use the handle as the plug for the hole in the egg itself. Assuming (and I hate doing it, "assuming") that I can get it to work, it should be a really great project. My issue is this, the customer says she has a bundle of needles about 3/4" in diameter. but my handle stock is only 1 3/16". If i can get a tenon turned to 3/4" or whatever makes it tight enough to hold in place, then i'm good to go. Otherwise I will have to make say a 5/8" hole to start then widen it to 3/4" with a chisel after it gets about a half to 1" in. that shouldn't be too hard either, so we'll see how it goes and what comes of it The head looks like spalted maple or box elder. The client wanted totally maple but the handle will have to be something else I think what I have here is cherry (old) but not sure.
  3. Been dealing with some family issues and haven't been in the shop very much. I did finish a couple pieces yesterday and today. Both are maple and both are right at 12" diameter. I think these two pieces really illustrate just how versatile is maple. First is a shallow bowl or deep platter, would probably work either way. Next is a platter, my attempt at a "traditional Irish platter" from the Glenn Lucas DVD and this is also one of the things a person will turn during his class. This is wormy, spalted, maple. Actually, in the interest of full disclosure and truth in advertising, this one is wormy, spalted, maple and superglue, a ton of it. Thanks for looking. Steve
  4. This is my latest BS box. I can't take credit for the design. Saw it on a pinterest ad and drew it on a piece of graph paper to the size. The wood is Caribbean Rosewood with spalted maple handles;
  5. lew

    Vessel And Tools

    From the album: Easy Wood Tool

    Lidded vessel turned with easy wood tools.
  6. lew

    Finished vessel

    From the album: Easy Wood Tool

    Lidded vessel turned with easy wood tools.
  7. lew

    Vessel and tools 1

    From the album: Easy Wood Tool

    Lidded vessel turned with easy wood tools.
  8. lew

    Bottle Stopper1

    From the album: Bottle Stoppers

    Spalted maple with Ruth Niles stainless steel stoppers

    © Lewis Kauffman

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