Here is a list of all the postings Wolfie has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Cabinet with burr poplar panels|
very nice work Al. I really like the burr effect. I must keep an eye out for the mag. congrats.
|Thread: Derek's trains|
Hi Derek, I was just looking through the albums and saw your trains. They are looking really good . Where do you get the plans? I look forward to see the finished articles. Well done
|Thread: Holtzapffel - Bless You!|
Hi Steve, that is a really good looking bench. It is sure to give you many years of service. I look forward to seeing the finished article. Well done.
|Thread: From pew to pigeon holes|
Lovely job Richard, it's always good to see good wood being reused to make something else. It must have been a lot of work. Very well done.
|Thread: Long case Clock|
fantastic job Paul,very well done. You have made an heirloom of which you should be very proud.
|Thread: Bed side tables|
very nice work Al. I really like the curved shape it makes them appear to be very light. well done.
|Thread: segmented turning|
Simply fantastic! Well done. I would love to know how you prepare the piece before turning. Congratulations on a spectacular bowl
|Thread: jcb for hire|
hi robert, fantastic work, congratulations, well done
|Thread: earing stand|
hi Dennis, that is a lovely piece. I really like the shape. as Sam said it would appear to be very practical.
nice finish too. well done
|Thread: Tenor ukulele|
Hi Paul, I can't believe I missed this post. I have been looking at your work and must say you are a very talented woodworker. Those instruments are simply superb. Congratulations and thanks for sharing.
|Thread: yew clock|
Very well done Dennis. It is indeed a very nice clock.
|Thread: club comp|
hard luck chaps, thats the way the cookie crumbles. Every judge seems to have a different oppinion of what they are looking for. Is it just me but I just do not get that second place piece. I have zoomed in as far as possible and still don't get it! I am sure it was very skillfully done, but why? I must be a total phillistine! Sadsam, I cannot understand how you managed to make your chess men without using a lathe! It would be a shame if you did not enter again you both make some lovely things.
|Thread: club comptition|
Many congrats sadsam. That is truly a wonderful piece of work. There is no way on earth that I will try to copy that one! I know just how much work is involved and I said never again! I am sure it will do very well in the comp. very well done indeed and good luck. Cheers. Ian
|Thread: craft fair turnings|
hi Dennis, you have turned out some beautiful work. I really like your competition piece and I am sure the judges will too. I think your grapes look good enough to eat! well done indeed and good luck.
Edited By Wolfie on 03/05/2012 11:20:58
|Thread: Fly tying box|
lovely job Andy. dont know how I missed your original post. very well done
|Thread: stake bed truck|
wonderful work Robert.I think its brilliant. well done
|Thread: rocking bike|
Hi sam, that is simply superb! well done..I also hope you find the magazine
|Thread: julian's bowl|
hi julian, have to say i love the bowl you put in your album. How did you get the colour and is the wood ash? well done
|Thread: Bed side tables|
well done Al, a cracking job.I love the design and the angled sides to the drawers- not easy!
Congrats, I'm sure your daughter is chuffed to bits.
|Thread: first intarsia|
excellent job Dave, first attempt or one hundred and first I can't see how you could have done any better. well done.
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