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Bensen Liu Aug 7
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Mann Tool and Supply Aug 8
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madebyhandonline Aug 10
Handmade from oak and recycled papers, this sculptural piece combines hundreds of layered and compressed pages which are lathe turned with the oak using traditional wood working techniques. It's made by Derbyshire based Hannah Lobley:
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Record Power Aug 10
Large textured piece turned during training in Italy 🇮🇹 What would you create? 💭
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Kris Rowley (Dawson) 21h
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Michael Sinclair RPT 🌳 Aug 10
The lignum ‘petrosphere’ from the bowling ball I was working on yesterday. 70mm in dia with 2 boxwood studs.
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David Elwart 13h
Was recently given a small Camphor Tree log. Chainsawed into turning blanks this afternoon. Ready to turn and see what emerges from the wood. Bowls, platters, engrained vase? Stay tuned.
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Kris Rowley (Dawson) Aug 9
A LOOKBACK Looking back to this BEAST of a bowl. I loved the shape of this - it felt so nice & looked so beautful ❤️
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MiddleBarnWoodwork 10h
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Debs Aug 9
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Craftworkers' Guild 10h
Our Guild members are still busy creating items for our next fair. Today we are sharing a selection of beautifully made wood items by Ron Marcoux. Photography by
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Bensen Liu Aug 6
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Laguna Tools Aug 7
These would come in handy right about...now! Cheers to Friday! 🍻 Love these .pr!
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Andy Carvin Aug 8
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Adam Mrena WoodTurning🇭🇺 Aug 8
Finally finished. Absolutely love it! This wood is beautiful! And gives so much light! If you like to support me, pls subscribe on my youtube channel🙂 link in my bio.
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Michael Sinclair RPT 🌳 Aug 9
Nearly binned this when I was taking the end plug out, as I thought it was composite and not lignum. Glad I gave it a go anyway. At least these old wooden bowling balls are not destined for the skip
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ljgwoodcrafts Aug 9
Turned these two bowls yesterday one on the left is acacia and the one on the right is an oge shape bowl in beech.
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Elias Klingvall Aug 9
This was a fun challenge to make
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Timberworks Aug 7
Two maple burl bowls from different mothers. Part of the fun of working on burls is knowing the wood inside is always a surprise.
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Pat Lap - Le PicBois Aug 9
This is where I’m at with the urn...⚱️Do you prefer it vertically or horizontally? . . . . .
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