Is That a New Hat?
But apparently there are limits to the number of wooden bowls a person can use or want or store. Whereas in the past when I’ve given my children a wooden bowl for a birthday or a holiday and their faces glowed with happiness, now their countenance seems to fall. I see the “Where in the world are we going to put THIS bowl?” thought cross their minds.
Yes, I believe it has gotten to the point that if I give one of my progeny one more wooden bowl this Christmas, I may be wearing it home on my head.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Turning a Closed Form Bowl
Parts of a Lathe
Shallow angle cuts create double-bevel inlays and collapsible baskets.
Anne Briggs designed and tackled a dovetailed whiskey cabinet in the Krenov Cabinet style with a frame and panel construction door, waterfall grain, butt hinges, and a sliding dovetail shelf.