|Project by taidsturning||posted 1132 days ago||2620 views||10 times favorited||16 comments|
You can’t see the bowl in the first picture? Check out the other pictures. This is my third such bowl. A great way to use leftover (or miscut) pieces of nice woods.
This one has six different woods.
The leftovers were glued up into a roughly 12” square.
This was cut in half.
Concentric circles were drawn on the blank taped back together about 7/8” apart. A bandsaw set at 45 degrees was used to cut along the lines. The two halves of each circle were glued together and the circles stacked to give the rough bowl form.
The form was finished on the lathe.
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