DDWC
March 2022 Meeting
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A pyrography newbie gets some instruction.

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The expert shows how its done.

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Carver at work!

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Members discuss the various merits of the competition entries.

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A turning newbie gets instruction from a coach.

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Now for the real thing!

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David Reynolds demonstrates how to turn a lace bobbin.

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Getting down to detail.

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Ernie Hansen gets in some scrollsaw practice.

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Dick Potter, our sharpening guru, has plenty to keep him occupied.

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The dreaded skew chisel!

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First place in Masters' Competition went to John Williams for his box made from surplus end grain Oak floor blocks.

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Three way tie for second place to a) Geoff Dalton who "re-purposed" a piece of Laurel root.

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b) Bowl from David Reynolds in Cherry.

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c) bowl in Yew from Dick Potter

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Third place went to Graham Legg for his lidded bowl in Olive Ash.

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Also entered: a scrollsawn Executive Decision Maker by James Sharpe.

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First place in the Members' Open competition went to David Waldron for his hinged egg which opens to reveal a miniature goblet complete with captive ring.

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Second place taken by Colin Fishwick for his hollowform in Sycamore.

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Third place taken by Bronagh Cassidy with her laser cut Easter picture.

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Also entered: pyrographed cheese board by Terry Murtha . . . .

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. . bowl turned from Pear by Tony Rawcliffe . . . .

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. .. miniaure spoon carving in Lime by Carole Snell . . .

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. . . candle holder in Ash by Richard Latos . . .

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. . . . walking stick by Greg Holmes.