Coffee hour #191 February 29, 2024

Coffee hour #192 March 7, 2024

Coffee hour #193 March 14, 2024

Mike Peace: Embellishments, carving, Chroma Craft and wood dye Toby Bouder: Several natural edge (mostly) dyed bowls, with a quick discussion regarding spray finishes. Sherry Wilets: Practice platters (dyed figured maple, controlling dye, creating ogee curves) Randy Smith: Susquehanna club skew work, April meeting featuring sharpening. Rich Colvin: Link to sharpening website – Bert Delisle: Little birds (à la Mike Peace), with ‘right-sized’ calipers George Kuipers: Creative ‘worm’ piece Don Smith: ‘Mothering Sunday’ vases Roger _____(?): Multi-axis work,, including bird, goblets, plus a box elder vase, and a cherry and segmented walnut urn Ken Vasko: Vertically-laminated cups Michael Zehr: Walnut box with curvilinear maple Jack Kapp: Crotch bowl Kai Kothë: Slide show of homemade wood storage shelving Dave Bleil: Walnut tri-corner cube box

Coffee hour #194 March 21, 2024

Coffee hour #195 March 28, 2024

Coffee hour #196 April 4, 2024

Coffee hour #197 April 11, 2024

Coffee hour #198 April 18, 2024

Coffee Hour #199 April 25, 2024

Coffee Hour #200 May 2, 2024

Can you believe we have done this 200 times since March-April 2020 early in the pandemic? A tight international group of woodturning friends that interested woodturners are welcome to join, email me through the club web site get on our email list. And please subscribe here!. John Kelsey: Lancaster Club moving workpieces from club HQ to Amtrak on May 10 John Ziegler: Lancaster Club May 7 meeting will be a moderated ‘open forum,’ during which members are encouraged to bring their work along with questions, etc. with (hopefully) responses and conversations amongst the membership. Ken Vasko: Nittany Valley club featured Toby Bouder demonstration of turning a hornbeam bowl. Bert Delisle: At upcoming Edmonton Club meeting Bert will be turning his three-cornered winged box. Jim Duxbury: Two-piece laminated offset spiral ribbed flat ‘platter.’ Scalloped’ 10-center piece with 2-1/2” offset. Not for the faint of heart. Janet Collins: Maple burl bowl turned from Rudy Olsolik’s stash. Dust collection jig with velocity stack. Dave Bleil: Split yew tree. John Ziegler: ‘Unnatural’ edge walnut bowl. Malcolm: Black walnut bowl with sterling silver wire inlays. Sphericon with sterling silver inlays. Extended discussion regarding how to inlay silver wire. Mike Peace: 13” diameter natural edge cherry burl bowl. Toby Bouder: Hornbeam bowl turned at Nittany Valley club demo. Dyed maple burl ‘elevated’ bowl. John Kelsey: Quick video clips taken from John’s Ray-ban Meta Smart glasses.