DDWC
October 2017 Meeting
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Guest demonstrator, Mick Hanbury, commences turning a bowl from Sycamore blank.

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Power sanding before "hand" sanding.

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Application of base layer of paint.

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Applying Jo Sonja iridescent paints.

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The finished item.

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Completed finial box in Yew.

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A "bent" Xmas tree made from scrap wood.

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First place in Masters' section went to James Sharpe with the scrollsaw work in Walnut.

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Second to Richard Hagues for his perpetual calendar in Sycamore and ply.

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Third to Tom Livesey for his banded bowl in Walnut.

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Also entered was Dick Potter's candle holder in Yew.

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First place in Members' Open section went to David Waldron.

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Second to John Williams' segmented bowl in Walnut, Mahogany and Beech.

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Third to newcomer Joe Akers.

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Also entered, in no particular order, was Derek Puplett's finial box in Spalted Beech and Wenge.

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Roger King's pen.

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Graham Legg's bowl of fruit in Olive Ash.

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Painted goblet by John Waring.

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Bowl by Val Branson in Olive.

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Carving by Carole Snell.

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Marquetry by Tony Reindorp.

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Carved box in Oak by Greg Holmes.

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Club stand at Brailsford Show.

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Good display of members' work.

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Liz King demonstrates pyrography . . . .

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. . . while Roger King shows visitors how to carve.

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A young visitor tries his luck on the charity (Orchid male cancer) lucky dip.

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Success for two members in the woodturning competition.