Natural edged bowl.

Natural edged bowl.

Post by Darrell Feltmat » Mon, 02 Feb 2004 01:24:54



Hi all
Someone asked about natural edged bowls a short time ago. I just posted
a "how to" on my web site under projects. Hope it helps. I need to get a
couple more pictures for it as soon as the finish dries enough to
complete the bottom but the rest is there.
--
God bless and safe turning
Darrell Feltmate
Truro, NS, Canada
http://www.roundthewoods.com
 
 
 

Natural edged bowl.

Post by bill » Mon, 02 Feb 2004 00:49:04


Thanks Darrell, very informative as usual.
Billh


Quote:
> Hi all
> Someone asked about natural edged bowls a short time ago. I just posted
> a "how to" on my web site under projects. Hope it helps. I need to get a
> couple more pictures for it as soon as the finish dries enough to
> complete the bottom but the rest is there.
> --
> God bless and safe turning
> Darrell Feltmate
> Truro, NS, Canada
> http://www.roundthewoods.com


 
 
 

Natural edged bowl.

Post by Georg » Mon, 02 Feb 2004 02:42:06


For a more chuck-oriented approach try:
http://personalpages.tds.net/~upgeorge/index.html


Quote:
> Thanks Darrell, very informative as usual.
> Billh



> > Hi all
> > Someone asked about natural edged bowls a short time ago. I just posted
> > a "how to" on my web site under projects. Hope it helps. I need to get a
> > couple more pictures for it as soon as the finish dries enough to
> > complete the bottom but the rest is there.

 
 
 

Natural edged bowl.

Post by Darrell Feltmat » Mon, 02 Feb 2004 05:39:57


Thanks Bill.
--
God bless and safe turning
Darrell Feltmate
Truro, NS, Canada
http://www.roundthewoods.com
 
 
 

Natural edged bowl.

Post by Darrell Feltmat » Mon, 02 Feb 2004 05:43:46


Thanks George. Some good stuff there.
--
God bless and safe turning
Darrell Feltmate
Truro, NS, Canada
http://www.roundthewoods.com
 
 
 

Natural edged bowl.

Post by Tom & Mary Youn » Mon, 02 Feb 2004 08:36:48


thanks -- we appreciate your efforts


Quote:
> Hi all
> Someone asked about natural edged bowls a short time ago. I just posted
> a "how to" on my web site under projects. Hope it helps. I need to get a
> couple more pictures for it as soon as the finish dries enough to
> complete the bottom but the rest is there.
> --
> God bless and safe turning
> Darrell Feltmate
> Truro, NS, Canada
> http://www.roundthewoods.com

 
 
 

Natural edged bowl.

Post by Ralph J. Ramire » Wed, 18 Feb 2004 10:03:27


I have a website with a "how to" section where I show photos on turning
natural edge and wing bowls.  If anyone is interested here is the link:

  http://www.elegance-in-wood/index.html

Darrell, I always check your site because you have such good information
available, thanks....Ralph



Quote:
> thanks -- we appreciate your efforts



> > Hi all
> > Someone asked about natural edged bowls a short time ago. I just posted
> > a "how to" on my web site under projects. Hope it helps. I need to get a
> > couple more pictures for it as soon as the finish dries enough to
> > complete the bottom but the rest is there.
> > --
> > God bless and safe turning
> > Darrell Feltmate
> > Truro, NS, Canada
> > http://www.roundthewoods.com

 
 
 

Natural edged bowl.

Post by James Barle » Wed, 18 Feb 2004 13:07:44


The link is a no-show for me,
looks like it is missing a ".com some other domain extension"

--
James Barley
www.members.shaw.ca/jbarley
----return address not valid
    I can be contacted via my web link.



Quote:
> I have a website with a "how to" section where I show photos on turning
> natural edge and wing bowls.  If anyone is interested here is the link:

>   http://www.elegance-in-wood/index.html

> Darrell, I always check your site because you have such good information
> available, thanks....Ralph



> > thanks -- we appreciate your efforts



> > > Hi all
> > > Someone asked about natural edged bowls a short time ago. I just
posted
> > > a "how to" on my web site under projects. Hope it helps. I need to get
a
> > > couple more pictures for it as soon as the finish dries enough to
> > > complete the bottom but the rest is there.
> > > --
> > > God bless and safe turning
> > > Darrell Feltmate
> > > Truro, NS, Canada
> > > http://www.roundthewoods.com

 
 
 

Natural edged bowl.

Post by Dave in Fairfa » Wed, 18 Feb 2004 13:15:30


Quote:

> The link is a no-show for me,
> looks like it is missing a ".com some other domain extension"

That's exactly what it's missing.  The front page to the website is 1
MB, be warned if you're on a dial-up.

Dave in Fairfax
--
reply-to doesn't work
use:
daveldr at att dot net
American Association of Woodturners
http://www.woodturner.org
Capital Area Woodturners
http://www.capwoodturners.org/

 
 
 

Natural edged bowl.

Post by Bob Pritcha » Wed, 18 Feb 2004 13:28:37


That was actually a good link but not for everyone. This one should work for
all.
http://www.elegance-in-wood.com
Nice site!

Quote:
>The link is a no-show for me,
>looks like it is missing a ".com some other domain extension"

Bob, Naugatuck Ct.
http://www.outofcontrol-woodturning.com