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More Scew chisel work try out on different Pen Kit. Hope you like them as always interested in your comments good or bad.
 

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Kenny Durrant

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To be honest when I first saw the pictures I thought you'd made a cork screw. I was impressed you doing that by hand. When I clicked on the small picture to zoom in I saw it was a beaded pattern. I think it's still a good job turning and creativity though. Thanks for showing.
 

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To be honest when I first saw the pictures I thought you'd made a cork screw. I was impressed you doing that by hand. When I clicked on the small picture to zoom in I saw it was a beaded pattern. I think it's still a good job turning and creativity though. Thanks for showing.
Thank you Kenny I just enjoy turning wood never got into Acrylic. But there's a place for everything.
 

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Micheal you miss understood my comment. When I was on my laptop looking at the pictures it looked like the pen was threaded like a screw until I zoomed up and then I could see that it was beaded. Now I’m on my phone and it looks the same any way I look at the pictures. No telling why that happened. Still nice pen.
 

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Micheal you miss understood my comment. When I was on my laptop looking at the pictures it looked like the pen was threaded like a screw until I zoomed up and then I could see that it was beaded. Now I’m on my phone and it looks the same any way I look at the pictures. No telling why that happened. Still nice pen.
No worries as I said I just enjoy turning wood I like the feel of and the grain structure. But I see some wonderful work on this site both wood and acrylic.
So long at it gives us pleasure. Especially in these difficult times .
 
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