DDWC
February 2022 Meeting
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Richard Findley kicks off proceedings with a short demo on how to use the required tools for the projects. . . .

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. . .the dreaded skew chisel . . .

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. . .and the beading parting tool.

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Part of the meeting was "Zoomed" to absent members until technical issues forced a halt.

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The more experienced members assisted the less experienced.

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Two experts helping out here!

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David Reynolds assists a father and son pairing.

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Derek Puplett helps a young member.

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Meanwhile the carvers carry on regardless!!!

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As do the pyrographers (with a little help from a cuppa!)

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Peter Rutter took first place in the Masters' Class competition with his entry in Yew.

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Second went to Geoff Dalton for his entry

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Third spot went to Peter Fantham for his bowl in Ash.

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also entered . . . . . .John Williams who used Burr and some intarsia work . . .

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. . . David Reynolds who used Oak and Ebony for his entry . . .

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. . . Graham Legg chose Walnut for his piece . . .

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. . .another carving in Lime from Peter Branson . . .

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. . . natural edge bowl in Yew from Graham Jerram.

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Winner of the Members' Open section was Bronagh Cassidy who used a laser cutter on the plywood part of her entry.

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Second place was taken by David Waldron using Sycamore.

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Third place went to Richard Latos for his bowl in Sycamore.

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Also entered . . keyring by Philip Jones . . .

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. . . gravity defying box from Colin Fishwick using Sycamore . . .

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. . . Greg Holmes produced this bowl from Oak