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Carole
Last Activity: Today, 03:38 PM
Joined: 08-09-2006
Location: NY
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  • handibunny
    replied to Need advice...
    Jim, if all else fails, try this link://birchbarkstore.com/collections/tree-slices-log-rounds-slabs-tree-stumps

    I've bought lovely aspen and Balm of Gilead rounds from this site to use for live edge bowls. The owner, Rene Guay (pronounced "Rainey") could probably fabricate something...
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  • handibunny
    replied to My lucky day!
    Congrats on your new status. That’s a big item to cross off your to-do list.

    On an ironic note, now that Joe and I are fully immunized, and just starting to do daring things like getting haircuts at a real barber shop, our village had a water main break, and we’re having to keep safe...
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  • Rolf, smaller bowl-cutting angles, 30˚ or less, usually don't present a problem either with vibration or for cutting into the table. It's when you get into the 40˚ and 45˚ range that things get dicey for both. (The Seyco saw doesn't even cut bevels greater than 35˚ or so!) If you add even a slight...
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  • Just a word of caution about the size of the blade hole. When I used a DeWalt years ago in the infamous community woodshop, and also with my more recent experiences with the Jet, if you do much bevel cutting at a steep angle, you will cut into the table. That's why inserts have the slot that can be...
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  • Now that is one lovely bowl. Not only is the grain beautiful, but your finishing of the top edge is about as good as it gets! I’m glad you’re enjoying the bowl book, and look forward to seeing your next project.

    Carole
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  • It’s pricey, but grain alcohol—the kind you can drink—should work, I’ve used it with shellac flakes to make confectioner’s glaze for cake decorations. Around here, it’s legal in CT but not NY.
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  • handibunny
    replied to My humming birds - real ones!
    The colors of the bird are incredible! Thanks for sharing your photographic skills.
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