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-   -   Belated Merry Christmas. Best Wishes For The Coming YearGiven the state of the economy, I'm betting a lot of Christmas gifts - came from your lathe(s) - and that you found being a Santa's Elf fun and satisfying. I hope the coming year is more prosep (https://www.diybanter.com/woodturning/316011-belated-merry-christmas-best-wishes-coming-yeargiven-state-economy-im-betting-lot-christmas-gifts-came-your-lathe-s-you-found-being-santas-elf-fun-satisfying-i-hope-coming-year-more-prosep.html)

charlie b December 26th 10 06:32 PM

Belated Merry Christmas. Best Wishes For The Coming YearGiven the state of the economy, I'm betting a lot of Christmas gifts - came from your lathe(s) - and that you found being a Santa's Elf fun and satisfying. I hope the coming year is more prosep
 
Given the state of the economy, I'm betting a lot of Christmas gifts -
came from your lathe(s) - and that you found being a Santa's Elf fun and
satisfying. I hope the coming year is more proseperous for all - and
more fun.

Have avoided doing a Natural Edge Bowl - until now. Rather than having
bark be the "natural edge", I went with the split wood face as the
"natural edge". Far more interesting, and far less apt to break or fall
off. And if some of the surface splits off - no worries - the whole top
is a "natural" split surfaces.

http://web.hypersurf.com/~charlie2/T...dJourney1.html

Anything you haven't tried turning yet - on your 2011 list? Care to
share your list?

charlie b

Lobby Dosser[_3_] December 29th 10 02:12 AM

Belated Merry Christmas. Best Wishes For The Coming YearGiven the state of the economy, I'm betting a lot of Christmas gifts - came from your lathe(s) - and that you found being a Santa's Elf fun and satisfying. I hope the coming year is more pr
 
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Given the state of the economy, I'm betting a lot of Christmas gifts -
came from your lathe(s) - and that you found being a Santa's Elf fun and
satisfying. I hope the coming year is more proseperous for all - and
more fun.


Back at you and a healthy New Year!


Have avoided doing a Natural Edge Bowl - until now. Rather than having
bark be the "natural edge", I went with the split wood face as the
"natural edge". Far more interesting, and far less apt to break or fall
off. And if some of the surface splits off - no worries - the whole top
is a "natural" split surfaces.

http://web.hypersurf.com/~charlie2/T...dJourney1.html


You're finding the Zen of your fingers, nothing 'artsy' about that!

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If your name is No, I voted for you - more than once ...



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