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Roger Felps Mesquite/Corian Urn and double ended candle stick Roger Felps Mesquite Nat. Edged bowl Will Aymond Mesquite Nat. Edged Bowl George Taylor Four Test Inlay bowls Tom Whiting -"Mesquite-toes" Sue Bates Plywood test offset turning pendants First from Roger Felps is an urn for a pet with Corian collar and finial. Here also is a unique piece that could be turned either way. Roger's wife would turn what Roger thought was upside down and put a candle in it. Roger turned a Mesquite burl and thought the scrap was too small to use so Will Aymond turned an equally stunning piece. George Taylor brought four pieces, all inlay experements. Tom Whiting turned wood - into a pun "Mesquite-toes". Sue Bates experemented with a pendant jig bought at SWAT and showed two plywood test pieces.
Tom Canfield Cedar Box with wax Tom Canfield Pine handled bowl Tom Canfield Mesquite bowl Kathy Roberts two Sycamore bowls Phillip Medghalchi Walnut and Bradford Pear bowls Phillip Medghalchi Memosa_Pecan and Black Locust Kirk Bates, Two Oak Wands        Tom Canfield showed a box of Cedar with a Wax finish. His Pine bowl had handles by cutting away a broad rim with a bandsaw. He showed a Mesquite bowl in progress, pending inlay. Kathy Roberts showed two Sycamore bowls. Phillip Medghalchi showed some of the finished bowls he had previously showed in progress. He had a Walnut bowl with one of Bradford Pear and a set of three in Memosa, Pecan crotch and Black Sycamore. He had trouble with the last one because the high sylica content of the wood dulled the tools. Kirk Bates, the demonstrator for the day showed two Oak wands.
Ken Morton Madrone burl vase, box Ken Morton Chinaberry bowl Ken Morton, Mesquite tealight Ken Morton showed a natural edged vase and box of Madrone burl. He also showe a test pendant made by a new jig he got at SWAT (see Sue Bates, above). He had a Chinaberry bowl and finally a Mesquite tealight with a natural edge that was very difficult to turn in such an unusual shape.