DDWC
February 2019 Meeting
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Members discuss the items displayed on the "Members Work" table.

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Jonathan Hart gives a talk to the carvers . . . . .

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. . . . before they put theory into practice.

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Experienced member, John Lound, tries his hand at scrollsawing for the first time.

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Members discuss the small display of items created on the scrollsaw.

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Pyrography leader Liz King gives advice to a member.

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A study in concentration!

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Peter Fantham gets down to it as he demonstrates turning a goblet.

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Finished item number 1 . . . . . . .

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. . . . and number 2- club hope to sell these to raise money for charity.

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Winner in the Masters' class - Derek Puplett who used Beech and Walnut

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Second place went to "Its big therefore it's by " Peter Fantham!

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Third spot went to scroller James Sharpe - have you got this on your workshop wall??!!

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Also entered, in no particular order, John Williams with his hollowform in Elm.

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John Henbery's coloured bowl in Ash.

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Love spoon in Lime by David Reynolds.

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Dish in Pine from Richard Hagues.

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Inlay "weed pot" in Damson and Yew from Dick Potter.

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First place in the Members' Open section taken by Tony Reindorp

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Second place went to Carole Snell for her carving in Lime.

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Run rabbit, run! Roger King's carving using Lime and Walnut took third place.

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Salt and pepper grinders from Graham Legg using Ash and some gilt cream.

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Graham Jerram's decorated bowl in Lime.

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Brian Walker used Pine for his bud vase.

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Val Branson created an attractive vase using Spalted Beech.

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Love spoon in Lime from Peter Blair.

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Peter Branson used the Spalted Beech his wife didn't want for his carving!!

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A vey unusual effect created in Eucalyptus by Geoff Dalton.

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Tony Rawcliffe's lidded box - good to see a newbie entering the competition.

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No mistaking this handiwork from Tina Shinner.

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Invasion of moths by Liz King on Walnut!