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windsorchair1.JPGBow-backed Windsor Chair154 viewsOne of the four...English Oak, I believe.madwing
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stringwinding69.jpgstring winding machine67 viewswheel, crank and drive (frame not drawbored/pegged yet)citternmaker
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idler.JPGIdler89 viewskeeps tension on the drive ropenicknaylo
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chair_devil_34.jpgdetail multi-shot of a small chair devil22 views9" long, 7 Oz in weight (227 mm, 198g)bugbear
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P1010001~1.JPGP61 viewsseat shaping is about two-thirds doneCharlie Driggs
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Setting_the_fence.JPGSetting the fence377 viewsUsing the good advice and glossy color photos from Derek Cohen's wonderful tutorial, I squared up the fence before drilling the fixed 1/4" bolt hole using a bit chucked up in an 8" Stanley Bell linesman brace.Sgt42RHR
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DSC07333.jpg38 viewsMWB
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carbide_burnisher.jpgZaffuto burnisher -- two weeks later, repaired133 viewsTruth time. That piece of plum used to make this handle turned out to be a bit less seasoned than I thought -- went away for a weeks vacation, and when I returned it had a 4" x 1/16" crack down down 80% of the handle, propagating from a little knot. Kerfed out the crack with a saw and 3/32" chisel, patched it with a strip of cherry, shaped the patch to match, and I can use it without getting pinched. Charlie Driggs

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BB_team_log2leg_done.JPGlegs6 viewslegs on the judges table, master leg on the far left.dlarueMay 22, 2017
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BB_team_log2leg_winners.JPGwinners6 views2017 world champion pole lathe turners, team log-to-leg racedlarueMay 22, 2017
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BB_splitting.JPGsplitting hazel8 viewssplitting and peeling hazel rods to make basket weaving material. dlarueMay 22, 2017
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BB_tools4sale.JPGtool sale6 viewslots of tools for sale at good prices. I wish I had more room in my luggage.dlarueMay 22, 2017
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BB_bodger_cup.JPGturning a cup6 viewsTurning an end-grain cup on a pole lathe. This required some specialized hook tools.dlarueMay 22, 2017
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BB_bodger_setup.JPGdemo area5 viewsOne of the spindle turning demo setups. Two shave horses, a hewing bench, and two lathes.dlarueMay 22, 2017
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BB_burgers.JPGflippin burgers6 viewsOne of the guys forgot bbq tools, so he used what was at hand.dlarueMay 22, 2017
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BB_classes.JPGgreenwood classes7 viewsthe two days prior to the Bodgers Ball had a lot of courses in the big marquee.dlarueMay 22, 2017

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