Making More Wood Bowls – Woodturning, Woodworking

Alright, I have about 15 bowls blanks that
I want to get through pretty soon, not including these little ones. I think I might make boxes or something out
of these. Anyway, I have to get going. Let’s see how many we can do. What I plan on doing is just putting these
in the chuck, turning most of the outside and the inside all at once. Then, I will come back and put them in the
cole jaws to finish the bottoms, depending on the size. These ones are too big for the cole jaws. I am just going to come back and sand the
bottoms flat. Well, that is the first coat on. Once the first coat is dry, I am going to come back and come back rub them down with some steel wool. Then, just repeat that process a couple more
times. I will probably put three or four coats on. I think my favourite one is this one. It has that nice subtle ogee shape. Plus, the grain of the cherry is super-nice. These ones are cherry. These ones are, what I think are, magnolia. I got a bunch of this wood at the beginning
of last year. This is one piece of mystery wood over here. I am not sure what that is. I glued on a piece of ash, because I went
through the bottom of it. These will be for sale at Columbia Open Studios
2019. It is coming up in just about three weeks. I have a few more small blanks on the wall
over there that I am going to tackle. I have not decided what I am going to do with
them yet. If you made it this far, thanks a lot for
watching. I swear this is the last batch of bowls for
a while. I am going to start on a few more projects,
not bowls. Please come back soon to Cammie’s Garage.

11 thoughts on “Making More Wood Bowls – Woodturning, Woodworking

  1. This video was in real-time, right? Finishing 10+ bowls in 4 minutes is impressive! Haha! For real though, I love your work.

  2. Production turning! Great way to batch them out! You had me laughing with the Sound effects! Shades of Wesley Treat’s table saw!:–7CZCVngM

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