|Project by willoworks||posted 10-18-2013 02:21 PM||981 views||5 times favorited||7 comments|
It’s been a while since I’ve been here on Lumberjocks since I spend most of my time turning now. This bowl has a bit of an apple shape to complement the apple stem top. The lid was a piece of padauck I had been saving for a “special occasion” but the bowl actually asked me to use this. It is a snug fit on the lid. The bowl measures about 6″ in diameter and 6″ tall. The spindle is also cherry although it came from a well seasoned board while the bowl itself came out of a “lying log” from the woods. The shape actually emerged while cutting out the soft wood from exterior rot.
I even set up a blog to send my friends to when they want to know what I’ve been working on.
-- Turning A Round