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Small bowl by Sam Stitcher (2.625"H x 2.375"W) from a white ash tree cut down due to disease. The tree was over 100 years old and had emerald ash borers in it. You can see the damage from the larvae in the wood. This bowl was made from a limb.
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These are two magic wands made for Sam Stitcher's great grandchildren in WV. One is made from a birch dowel and the other from multi-color laminated wood, both from the Winston-Salem store. The finish on both is Formby's tung oil finish extra gloss.
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Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Thanks to Sam Stitcher for his customer project submissions! Below is a small bowl made from the Tanglewood Wedding tree (oak). The bowl's lid has knots in it that give some interest to the bowl. And, also a wand made from cocobolo purchased from your Klingspor's Woodworking Shop in Winston-Salem. The blank was 1"x1"x12". The wand has a pearl in the butt end. Click on the images to see them larger.