|Project by Blackie_||posted 10-30-2013 11:40 PM||1073 views||3 times favorited||12 comments|
A simple and straight forward build, the only trying part of this project was sanding and cleaning up the outside it was time staking, I got this idea from a customer at one of my shows she was looking for a bowl to put Pecans in lucky I had a simi smaller bowl then this one made from chinaberry that she purchased anyway even though she had concerns it was to small.
I made this bowl on the bandsaw it’s made from the log of Texas Cedar Elm, I used a miter slot log sled jig to hold it firm when making the cuts, it measures 8” diameter at the longest point as since it’s a log I wanted to keep the character of it, and 5 1/2” high, I gave it a coat of tung oil, two coats of satin wipe poly and a final coat of paste wax.
Thanks for viewing and comments are always welcomed and enjoyed.
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