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  1. Another week in the books. We've had a beautiful stretch of nice weather here in South Central PA. Unfortunately it has been so dry that the forest service is predicting very muted colors on the trees as the the leaves change. Our Patriot Turners- @Masonsailor reminded us that Christmas isn't that far away! He has started in on his gifts already He received lots of positive comments on this ice cream scoop- Of course, @Ron Altier is always prepared for Christmas! He gave us a look at a couple of new ornaments he turned. As always, Ron's pieces brought lots of comments- See his post for the process and finish he used- @AndrewB has been busy with bowls. The first is a pair made of Bhilwara wood. Check out this post for his description of what he did and some of his techniques. He also posted a Canary wood bowl. With this one, Andrew wasn't sure about the shape. Please see his post and give him your thoughts on it Andrew also worked on a couple of birch glue-ups to turn into bowls- In his posts he shows us how he did the glue-ups and also included a video on the turning process- What’s Coming Up- I couldn't find any new events. I suspect the folks who organized the Virtual Craft Festival on YouTube will have another event but I cannot find any definitive information on this. For The Newbies- A several informative videos this week. First, Mike Peace helps us sort out the various parting tools and their uses- Gouges! What's the difference? Here's a video that explains the differences between spindle gouges and bowl gouges @AndrewB said he was having trouble using his new inertia sander. I found this video, from M. Saban Smith, explaining how to use these sanders. This starts at about the 5 minute mark- Expand Your Horizons- @HandyDan was kind enough to send me the link to this video. The author demonstrates how to turn a multi axis "square bowl". Really Cool and you get 2 bowls from one glue-up! As noted earlier, @Ron Altier and @Masonsailor have been working on Christmas ideas. Here's one from our generous sponsor, Woodcraft, on making a keepsake ornament- I found this interesting. I'm a jig junky and will spend days building jigs that I would probably would not even need. Here is an example of what can be done with knowledge from the right person- New Turning Items- Sorry, save up your lunch money. Maybe next week! Everything Else- Rick Turn's list of YouTube videos from last week- The rocking horse is nearing completion. Mimi has the mane finished and the tail is almost ready to install. Safe turning and stay well
  2. Gerald

    Elm Winged bowl

    From the album: Bowls and Platters

    Elm winged bowl with the wings flying
  3. This morning there was a strange sighting here in south central PA. After Googling many images and news reports I determined it was the sun! Nice to have it back!! Please don't forget the Patriot Woodworker's raffle. Some wonderful prizes. Help support your site! https://thepatriotwoodworker.com/forums/topic/22913-patriot-woodworker-2018-community-raffle-fundraiser/? Our Patriot Turners- Our turners have been really productive this week with wide array of items- @Ron Altier posted a really nice ornament that contains woods of many different colors. I can't imagine how he did the glue-up on this one! Ron posted more images and some information about the turning in his post- Ron wasn't the only one making ornaments this week, @Steve Krumanaker turned some awesome "Beehive" ornaments. Steve explains his design in this post- @Gerald is experimenting with some passive amplifiers for a smart phone. He tried several designs to see which was the loudest. His post contains other images and input from our turners. If you have ever made one of these, check out his post and give him your ideas- Gerald was super busy with other turnings as well Head on over to this post to see some of the other boxes he made. @RustyFN turned a gorgeous cedar bowl. The grain and colors are fantastic. Rusty got lots of great comments on this piece. @DAB finished up a replica of a 90mm shell to fit into a shell casing. He posted a little about making it, here- What’s Coming Up- If you are in the Atlanta area, the International Woodworking Fair is taking place August 22 thru 25. Our very generous sponsor, Easy Wood Tools, ( @Jim from Easy Wood Tools ) has their booth set up and it looks like they are having a ball! This photo was taken by Carl Jacobson. From The Internet- Patriot member @Gene Howe posted this video on making a 3 winged three corner bowl. I'm reposting Gene's link here in case some of you missed it. Easy Wood Tools posted a YouTube video by Tracey Malady where she demonstrate the use of the Easy Wood Hollowing tools. I think she bought her depth gauge the same place I got mine! Tim Yoder has released a 2 part video in which he turns some cute little mice. The second part of the video is linked from his post. These might make some nice gifts for someone. Everything Else- I lucked into this website from a link on another forum. If you looking for lathe centers, this place just might have what you need- and other stuff, too- https://zlivecenter.com/index.php?route=common/home Safe turning
  4. Gerald

    Winged bowl

    This is a pair of bowls I made for a friend from a limb she picked up from a tree cutter in her neighborhood. She asked him what the wood was and he said oak.........NOT. No strong smell and wood is white. After some investigation I deduced this to be elm. The lidded box has a floating bowl and the open one has flying wings . Have only turned elm once before and that piece was dry. Have to say it turns very easily. The lid is padauk and the finial is brazilian ebony. Had the ebony for a while and decided it was time to utilize . That is the hardest wood I have ever tried to turn.
  5. View File Dragon Dragon by Frieke'10 Submitter John Morris Submitted 10/27/2016 Category Scroll Saw Patterns  
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    Dragon by Frieke'10
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