Monthly Archives: February 2019

Icy River Walk

I like walking along the river near my house, really more of a creek.  The ebb and flow of the water and the seasons always brings something new to see. As the water level receded last weekend, ice ornaments sparkled … Continue reading

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Rooftop Bird with 12/12 pitch

It’s been a couple years since I wrote this post about a bowl orientation I call a rooftop bowl.  In it, I discussed working with this type of blank and suggested experimenting with quarter-log splits and other angles.  Of course, … Continue reading

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Tampa BowlMates

Last weekend’s Fine Woodworking Hands-On event in Tampa was a rich experience.  Never having been to Florida, it was a bit surreal for me; temperatures in the upper 70s in February, palm trees, a manatee…like another world. Kate Swann, Carl … Continue reading

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