DDWC
April 2022 Meeting
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An apprehensive looking Peter Rutter as he tries his hand at cutting a jigsaw.

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No need to worry, it turned out OK!

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Its a dog's life!! The carvers were engaged in producing models of their canine friends.

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The "boss man" leads by example!

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Pyrographers were quietly burning wood.

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Display of members work.

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A number of members are invited to display items at each hands-on meeting.

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Thanks to those who responded.

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Tony Rawcliffe attempts to turn an egg under Colin Fishwick's supervision.

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Junior member Ben Klein gets in on the action.

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David Reynolds guides a member through the stages.

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Members' Open Competition - First place to David Waldron for his "elephant vase" in Zebrano.

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Second place went to Colin Fishwick with his bowl in Sycamore.

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Third place taken by Lesley Dennis with her carved spoon in Lime.

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Also entered - laser cut art work by Bronagh Cassidy. . . . . .

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. . . bowl by Ben Klein turned from Xylia . .

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. . Greg Holmes used Cherry and Bay Laurel for his walking stick . . .

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. . . bowl in Beech by Richard Latos . . .

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. . . natural edge bowl in Pear from Tony Rawcliffe . . .

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. . . bowl by Graham Cope . . . .

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. . . Dan Beard used Pear and Ash.

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The Masters' Class competition was won by John Williams with his bandsaw box in London Plane and Walnut.

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Second place went to Peter Fantham for his Easter egg in Yew. . . . .

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.. .there was a tie for third place between Graham Jerram's dish in Sycamore . . .

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. . . and Geoff Dalton's lamp using plywood . .

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Also entered . . .Derek Puplett's work in Olive Ash . . .

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. . . David Reynolds used Spalted Willow for his dish . . . .

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. . .Graham Legg used Cherry for the bowl and an assortment for the eggs . . .

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. . . .Desk Top Gear Art/ Fidget Spinner from James Sharpe using Baltic Birch ply. . .

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. . . Dick Potter used a variety of woods for his pen . . .

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, , , an attractive dish from Peter Rutter.