I have this natural edge maple bowl i'm working on.I thought it was dry enough not to warp,Wrong. Well the biggest thing is it woun't sit stright, and the bottom is so thin i can't sand the scratches out as it's way to thin. When i say thin i'm talking about 128th of a inch thin. As the pics show i didn't make a funnel, but if i sand any more i'll go through the bottom. If i'm not carefull i might go through just putting it on my knee to sand the outside. Have the inside sanded to 400, so that will work there. Would really hate to not be able to finish this as i think it's looking good. I have the bowl right at 3/16 (except for that darn bottom) and all the bark has stayed on to this point. What would ya think about adding some kind of beaded foot, maybe the color of the bark, or something there abouts? Thinking about taking a piece of paper and making a temp plate of the circle in the bottom and glueing it in there and then finishing it off. Any other ideas you can send my way would be great.