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    Recent turnings

    A friend of mine is turning 60 today and I made this pen for her. It is ambrosia maple with a purpleheart CB.



    Also had a piece of sapele I decided to take another stab at a bowl. I dyed the rim with a black sharpie and wiped it back with DNA.




    Didn't want you guys to think I forgot how to make things spin!

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    Good stuff, Ed. I really like the washed-out dye on the rim of the bowl.
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    Real nice work Ed!, That marker on the bowl idea worked like a charm! beautiful!
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    Very nice bowl. Like the others, I really like the dye job on the rim. That was clever.
    Cody


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    Ed those are beauties for sure. Well done.
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    Thanks guys. One of these days I'm gonna get a real bowl gouge!

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    Looks good Ed!
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