DDWC
November 2021 Meeting
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Chris Fisher AKA The Blind Woodturner

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Chris completes the shaping of the bowl base.

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Commencing texturing the four quadrants of the base.

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Starting to apply some base colour.

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The finished item after adding copper and green colour.

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First place in Masters' competition taken by Geoff Dalton for his hollowform in Spalted Beech.

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Second place to David Reynolds who used Spalted Sycamore

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Third place taken by John Williams with his jewellery box.

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Also entered . . . Xmas decorations for the grandkids by James Sharpe

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Natural edge bowl in Laburnum by Peter Fantham.

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Peter Rutter used Padauk for his dish.

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Beech and resin was chosen by Derek Puplett for this project.

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Graham Legg used some 300 year old Olive Ash for his bowl and Oak and Spalted Beech for the contents.

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In First place on the Members' table was Terry Cambridge's latest marquetry offering which is finished at last! Measures just over 4 inches square and took him in excess of 150 hours to complete!

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Second spot went to Colin Fishwick's Walnut bowl.

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New member Gary Wye secured Third place with his pen and stand.

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Also entered . . . . . . . .Carole Snell's grotesque carving in Sycamore . . .

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. . . .Peter Branson's carving in Lime . . . .

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. . . . . a vase in Oak from Graham Jerram . . . .

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. . . . pyrographed picture from Liz King . . . .

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. . . a miniature captive ring goblet in fruitwood from David Waldron (handy for a Christmas sherry!!!)