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Posted on Need input from from people who sell at craft fairs and shows

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#1 posted 04-29-2013 10:22 PM

If there are, any woodturning/wood carving symposiums near you might have some luck. Members of AAW near you might be interested in looking at your wood.

http://www.woodturner.org/community/index.htm

You might contact folks closest to you:

http://www.uppervalleywoodturners.com/

http://woodchucksvt.vermontwoodarts.com/

Joe Marshall is president of Twin State Woodturners
jamchuck@gmail.com

http://misc9999.wix.com/western-mass-woodturners

Preparing wood for woodturners pretty simple. They are looking for bowl & spindle blanks, wet wood completely sealed in wax is okay. Burls highly prized and so is price.

This site should give you some idea on sizes & prices. They sell both wet & kiln dried. If talk to woodturners & carvers may give you more info on what they want. Might end up doing more business with photos & emails.

http://www.turningblanks.net/servlet/StoreFront

-- Bill


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