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 Post subject: My apologies
PostPosted: Tue Aug 03, 2010 3:40 pm 
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Hello,

My apologies for not posting for so long.

As I have taken up the round stuff since my last post I thought I would show a couple of pics.

Workshop

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Me at the lathe

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Selling a few bits

I will post a few more items soon.

Adie

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WOW, Beautiful place you have, and what a shop! Now, how about some nice pics of the goods? What have you been turning? Yes, I saw the pic of the table full of stuff, but show us up close and personal. :wink:

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OK Frank,

Here's a couple to be going on with.

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Alright Mate :)

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That last might have a little trouble holding the soup. :D :D

But, as they say "If it doesn't hold water, it's art."

Welcome to the forum Adie.

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Those are some beautiful bowls Adie. Love the notch for the spoon, it relly lets folks see just how thin you got it there. Great save! 8) 8) 8)

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