DDWC
September 2018 Meeting
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A study in concentration as the carvers get on with their latest project.

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Its beginning to take shape!

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Tutor Brian Walker demonstrates the art of thread chasing . . . .

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. . . and then coaches another member in the skill.

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Tutor Derek Puplett supervises Tony Rawcliffe as he meets the dreaded skew chisel for the first time.

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John Rowan takes a maiden trip on the scroll saw!

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Whilst Geoff Nellis makes up a previously cut jigsaw!

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Pyrography leader Liz King coaches members in new techniques.

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Lisa Williams puts the teaching into practice.

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Marquetry expert Terry Cambridge gives some guidance to a member.

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Dick Potter takes a break from his sharpening clinic to polish off a sandwich!

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Members' Open competition table suitable dressed in black to match the Halloween theme.

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Likewise with the Masters' table.

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The display of members work table . . . .

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. . . . produced some interesting items . . .

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. . . to promote discussion amongst other members.

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First place in the Masters' competition went to Peter Fantham for his pumpkin turned from Green Oak.

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Second place went to John Williams for his ghostly castle made from Deal.

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Third spot claimed by James Sharpe with his scrollsawn basket in Baltic Birch ply.

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Also entered was the bud vase in Yew from Dick Potter.

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Geoff Nellis' dish also in Yew.

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Richard Hagues' hollow form in Cherry.

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First place in the Members' Open competition went to Geoff Dalton for this hollow form in Oak.

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No mistaking second place and Peter Rutter's segmentation work.

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Third place to David Reynolds and his theme following entry in Lime and Sycamore.

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Also entered was Graham Legg's pumpkin in Chestnut.

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David Waldron's finial box in Alder.

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Lisa Williams' pyrography entry.

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Douglas Moseley uses a mix of materials for his lamp.

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Roger King puts into practice the marquetry skills he learned last month.

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Tina Shinner's pyrographed Russian doll style entry.

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Greg Holmes' box in Apple.

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Not to be outdone Liz King also produces a marquetry entry!