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nev

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after a frustrating month or so of just staring at the lathe with no inspiration I decided to make a something today and this fell out of a branch of yew. nothing wonderful but all the tools worked as they should and I managed to get the stem down to a nice flexible 5 mm or so without breaking it :)
hopefully the first step back onto the turning wagon :wink:
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Nice nev
5mm stem and detail on the base you still have it LOL

But why are you just standing and looking instead of turning ??

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tomthumbtom8":puqqypcj said:
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But why are you just standing and looking instead of turning ??

Tom

cos my mind is the biggest blank in the shed! I seem to have had a mental block on all things shed related :( but forced myself out there yesterday to have a go at the monthly challenge (again!) and managed to come up with something most basic) so today tried to continue making shavings and the result was some good long shavings and a goblet. :)
 

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