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Old 09-13-2017, 11:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default HUGE Spalted bowl!!

I had this piece of spalted left over. I used it to make this HUGE bowl.



I needed something to hold my HUGE paperclip.
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I still smiling - nice.
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Did you load the huge paperclip with a small forklift (often found in kitchen drawers)?
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Nice - been looking for a HUGE paper clip source for a long time!

Actually, it's gotta be pretty difficult to turn that small a "bowl". How did you hold it?
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Nice - been looking for a HUGE paper clip source for a long time!

Actually, it's gotta be pretty difficult to turn that small a "bowl". How did you hold it?
Not that bad really,
The starting piece was about 3/4" x 2.5". I pined it between my spur center and live center to turn the outside of the bowl and tenon, then put the tenon in the jaw check to turn the inside of the bowl. Took about an hour.
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I'm feeling much better now....LOL

Good one Glenn..........and that's a nice bowl.
I'm thinking that would help me with my problem of 'portion control'
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Very nice, but might just be too big to fit in a normal Kitchen cabinet.
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Remember huge is relative in the eyes of the beer holder.
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