|Project by Bob Collins||posted 680 days ago||1231 views||9 times favorited||11 comments|
Since my last Urn, I approached the local Vet to see if there was a market for Pet Urns, his reply was “if you can make something different I will put them in the surgery on assignment”. Here are four of something different,
one had already been sold by the time I took the group photo.
They are recycled bowls I had made when I first started turning, thick and bulky and sitting in a box for a couple of years. Into the Cole’s Jaw, smoothed of the base which thinned then down nicely, reversed them in the Jaws and smoothed the rim for gluing. Good idea to give a clean up sanding now. Cut the bowl in half on the table saw and glued together, turned the top, lid and the base from English Elm Burl.
Have members any other ideas for recycling redundant projects?
-- Bob C, Australia. I love sharing as long as it is not my tools