I have a project or two to post however Loml says i cant until i finish them. Now finish in her books dont mean what we mean. To her she says finish is when it dont have chips missing.
So in an attempt to please her and not post something that is "Unfinished: i need some advice.
I turned a small bowl out of a branch full of knots. Now i made the bowl with the end grain showing on the sides which resulted in the knot extending the full width of the side.
Of course i made the edge thinner and thinner and sharper and sharper then it happened and pop a piece of endgrain wall flew out. Well what started out a large piece got smaller and i guess you all know the story.
So i used a dab of Ca glue and glued a big piece back but on the otherside a small piece is missing and i was going to just leave it that way. We talking 1/8 or less deep "v" in the edge.
The wood is Osage orange.
Any advice on how i should proceed to repair this without causing it to fall apart.
When i put the small piece back and used CA i coated the whole edge with CA and when dry i sanded it and then applied wipe on poly. ( wow first time i ever used this stuff and what a wake up)
So its all ready but Loml says fix before you post.