Keeping in touch, July 9, 2020

Mary Dykhuizen sent in some of her latest work. It looks like you have been very busy Mary with lots of different turning projects.


The first is a Yellow Cedar burl finished with wipe on poly.
The square bowl I set out to make was an epic fail as I lost the corners. It is made of Padauk and finished with spray lacquer.

Two whistles are next.
The pens were made with clay.
I also turned 2 memory pendants and finally finished the cups that Gord started for me at Shell Lake last year.

Mary

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Keeping in touch July 5, 2020.

Dave Lennox has been busy making this collection of birds eye yellow cedar pens . Looks like it kept you busy for a few days Dave. Nice collection.

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Keeping in Touch, June 25, 2020

Here is another submission of a colourful, and decorated bowl from Rick Hounjet.


This one is made from dyed Mountain Ash and has burning for the flowers. It is finished with Tung oil. We call it the ‘Orange Blossom Special’.
Rick

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