|Project by taidsturning||posted 1071 days ago||1556 views||1 time favorited||16 comments|
Two bowls done with the Bandsaw technique to produce the stacked layers. One with six woods (leftovers) and the other entirely of Oregon Myrtle.
The leftover bowl is fairly small 7” x 2” tall.
The Myrtle is about 10” in diameter by 4” high.
I treated myself to a new Bandsaw blade. Amazing how much easier it was to cut the blank.
Computer was out of commission for the last month, so couldn’t post anything, but stayed busy in the shop anyway.
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