thedaileygrind — maine wood bowl


Birch burl bowl

  I just completed this little Birch Burl bowl. I really like the way that it came out. I’ve been turning most of my bowls lately with a flat rim that slopes in towards the center of the bowl. This one is a little different in that this wooden bowl has a piece missing from …

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Natural Edge Curly Maple Wooden Bowl

Well I hope that everyone is looking forward to the new year. I finished this bowl up a while ago but I finally have time to post about it. This is a small natural edge Curly Maple wooden bowl.   The bowl measures about 5 3/4 inches at the widest part. The front edge is …

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A wood turning challenge

In October the president of the Western Mountain Woodturners asked members to bring in a partly turned piece to our November meeting that would be taken home by another turner and completed by them. We had to bring the finished piece back to the December meeting and give it back to the person who had …

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Bowls 21 through 25. Final bowls in challenge to get to 100.

    When I set out on this challenge my goal was to turn and show you 100 bowls in 100 days. If you have been following along on my little odyssey you know that I didn’t make it. Day 100 was October 17th and in that time I was able to turn over 50 …

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Bowl 20 in my 100 wooden bowls in 100 days challenge

Well it’s been almost a month since my last post and there has been a huge delay in my 100 bowls challenge. Unfortunately I re-injured my forearm. I was in a car accident in 2005 and as a result of that accident I have a metal plate in my left forearm. From time to time the …

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Bowl 19 of the 100 wooden bowls in 100 days challenge

  Here is bowl #19. This is a small Blister Maple wood bowl. Whatever direction you move this bowl in the light you get to see more of the figure and it has a holographic effect or chatoyant effect on your eyes. This is an incredible small wooden bowl. The bowl is approximately 5 1/2 …

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