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Old 10-03-2017, 12:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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This is my first attempt at doing an end grain bowl. An end grain bowl differs from a natural edge in that the bark is on the outside of the bowl as opposed to being on the rim and you hollow into the heart of the wood similar to doing a hollow form. This piece of wood was from a crotch section.

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Very nice job on this end grain turning Cody!
Is this from a fruit tree?
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Very nice! Just one more thing that I have on my 'to try' list but have gotten too yet.
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Beautiful bowl.

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Very nice job on this end grain turning Cody!
Is this from a fruit tree?
I am not sure. I think it may be apple. It turned fairly easy.
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What did you finish it with? Nice bowl. Got loads of wood crying to be turned into something other than firewood.
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What did you finish it with? Nice bowl. Got loads of wood crying to be turned into something other than firewood.
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Very nice Cody! Most of my attempts at end grain bowls are cracked. But I love what your's looks like. I do have 3 still in a paper bag with wood chips (3 yrs now...). Yup, about time for a final turning.
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Fantastic workmanship I think you nailed that one. Nice finish as well
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