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    Started stocking up for the craft show season which is fast approaching. I created a ring bowl to sit beside the sink so that you can put your rings in it when washing up or possibly doing the dishes ... what ever. These have sold well here. I used 5/16 in thick 3 in square red cedar with 1/4 in rings cut at 38.4 degrees. These bowls were finished with shellac.

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  • #2
    These are beautiful! I really like the idea of little "finger bowls" - everyone will have a use for them, so I'm not surprised that they sell well. Very nice!


    • #3
      Cools looking bowls DW and a great idea. I may have to try and make one like that.
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      • #4
        Nice work DW

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        • #5
          Very nice will have to try making some of them, again nice work-Jim


          • #6
            Great idea DW...I'll bet others will be making several of those.


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