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What’s Going On In The Shop
Kyle – Delivered the Tec Bar, turning more tap handles, and getting ready for the 100th vase to be turned.
Sean – Made a Kydex sheath for the aforementioned knife and remodeling a bathroom.
Brian – Finished the canoe paddles and released the bed video
Main Topic (Suggested) – Using contrasting woods/materials in design
Firstly, thank you for all the pearls of wisdom and jovial banter keeping so many of us entertained when we can’t be in our shops- we can’t thank you enough!
A question for the collective “you”- when considering the design of contrasting woods designed to highlight features in a project- what “outside the box” ideas have you tried and do you usually cut/mill them yourselves or do you purchase the product? Maple/cherry/walnut seem to be commonly used species, where people sometimes utilize large boards or thin strips to offset other species, but what other exotic species have you found that seemed to work well? For turned projects, is there something other than differing wood species that can be used for separating rings in segmented bowls- what about card stock, construction paper or fabric?
Thanks for the continued inspiration!
Listener Questions, Email, and Comments:
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