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Project by alholstein posted 1577 days ago 2009 views 12 times favorited 19 comments Add to Favorites Watch

These were my first time of trying to do a what I would call an inverted bowl. I was using some scraps of maple and walnut and wanted to make something different. In the last picture it shows that I really didn’t turn it square as I was afraid to try that as this time. So I glued on some sacrifice wood which I then cut off with bandsaw and trimmed up with the RAS to get it back to square. They are ~6.5 in square and 2 in tall.

I was trying a couple of different designs to see which I liked best. The choices seem to be mixed but the preference seems to go to the one with the lip on top.

Regards,

Al

-- Al Holstein "I wood do it"





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PG_Zac

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#1 posted 1577 days ago

That is just too cool

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Hallmark

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#2 posted 1577 days ago

Looks great!

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#3 posted 1577 days ago

Yes..definately lip on top…...... I like the use of walnut in the corners…almost looks like legs… well done. and gives me ideas.

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#4 posted 1577 days ago

Really looks unique..

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#5 posted 1577 days ago

Those are neat, the design is way cool.

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#6 posted 1577 days ago

Very nice. Unique and original.

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#7 posted 1577 days ago

Yup , I voted for the raised lip bowl before reading your post ….It is a very nice addition to the basic design : )

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#8 posted 1577 days ago

Awesome design and great workmanship
Thanks

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#9 posted 1577 days ago

Very nice work Al a unique and wonderful design.

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Monty Queen

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#10 posted 1577 days ago

Wow asesome job. Looks really good.

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renz

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#11 posted 1577 days ago

nice job

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DaddyZ

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#12 posted 1577 days ago

Cool Bowls !!!

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MShort

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#13 posted 1577 days ago

Very nice. I like the square bowl with the rim the best. Thanks for sharing.

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#14 posted 1576 days ago

very cool work!!!

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taidsturning

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#15 posted 1576 days ago

Really nice bowls and stand-out designs. True to my motto, no doubt I will “research” this one in the future.

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