A Couple Bowls
Maple.  10.5"x6" deep.  I need to get a new background.   the cat was not kind to the background I have.  I didn't realize it looks that bad.  The sharp turn at the bottom was tough.  I ended up just turning the sides down and then doing the bottom  as a separate cut. 

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Hickory.  8" wide by about 4" deep.  This log was pretty dry before I started cutting on it.  I had to fill a few checks.    Dried hickory is tough on tools but it sands out very nicely

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gotta get back to some more bowl turning myself.  
Nice! Maybe the cat would like a bowl?

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(01-19-2023, 07:52 AM)shoottmx Wrote: Nice! Maybe the cat would like a bowl?


Laugh  The cat is my daughter's cat.  I am not a cat person.  Some days I enjoy the cat.  Some days not so much.  Once my daughter is out of the house the cat will go with her and we won't have another one.

The hickory bowl has some nice color in it.
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