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Workshop:  February 21, 6:30-9:00, Erskine Academy, shop room.

This month our meeting will be on February 21, start time will be around 6:30. This will be a hands-on-turning session. Plus we will hold an informal egg turning contest. Gift certificates will be given as prizes for the three best eggs.

Rules? Yes, we have rules.

You are welcome to practice in your shop all that you want

Eggs submitted for judging must be turned during our workshop.
Egg shape is an important criteria.
Size is not so important.
No sanding allowed, but the smoothness of your egg(s) will be a factor.
Judging will be by group voting around 8:30.

We will have turning stations for bowl turning as well as spindle turning. If you wish please bring your own wood and tools, but these are not necessary. We will have some wood blanks and tools available. If you have never turned or would like to try your hand with some tools you are not familiar with, please come willing to give it a try. We will have experienced turners available, willing to give you a hand.

 

 

 

 

 


 

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