DDWC
January 2019 Meeting
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Members keen to have a go at scrollsawing.

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Keep your eyes on the blade John!!

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New member number One tries out carving.

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As does new member Two.

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Eyes down on the pyrography table.

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Dick Potter introduces members to the newly purchased sharpening system.

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And then goes on to demonstrate inlay work on a "weed pot".

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Finished product.,

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First place in the Masters' competition went to Peter Fantham with his piggy bank in Yew.

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Second went to John Williams for his goblet in Laburnum.

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Third equal place to David Reynolds for his knife handle using Olive wood and Ebony.

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And Dick Potter's bowl in New Zealand Kauri and Paua shell.

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Abstract from Derek Puplett using Cherry and Sycamore.

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Richard Hagues' clock in Mahogany.

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James Sharpe's scroll sawn season's greetings using Baltic Birch ply and recycled garden seat!

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First place in Members Open competition went to John Waring who used Boxwood and Chestnut for his entry,

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Peter Blair took second place with his walking stick in Ply and Hazel.

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Yew was Geoff Dalton's choice for his entry.

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Brian Walker turned a piece of Plum for his entry.

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Peter Branson used a piece of Lime to good effect.

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Bronagh Cassidy's hinged box in Pine.

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Bowl in Spalted Beech from Graham Jerram.

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Olive Ash and gilt cream was the order of the day for Graham Legg.

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Greg Holmes used Oak and Cherry for his scarf pin.

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Banksia Nut vase from Val Branson.

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Carole Snell's landscape carving in Lime.