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Member postings for Mark Sutton

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Thread: Hollow forms, my first attempt at a larger project
20/07/2010 18:56:17
Hi Garfield
Nice piece of wood, beautiful colours  well done, sounds like a good bargain as well.
When i do large hollow forms, i tend to do it in 2 parts, and hide the join with decoration.
Well done again
Thread: Dennis's first Craft Fair
20/07/2010 18:49:18
Hi Dennis
You have some really nice items on your stand, i am also glad you enjoyed the craft fair, it can be disheartening if items don`t sell after all the time spent making them.
Craft Fairs aren`t my scene, i prefer to sell one off commissions which you appear to be doing well at.

Thread: Hand chased Boxes
20/07/2010 18:40:04
Hi Marc
Thank you for your comments
18/07/2010 18:27:01
Hi, it has been a while, but just thought i would share my latest creation

Predominantly made from boxwood, but have used cherry with boxwood inserts, and have also used Yew

Thread: segmented "brick" pen blank construction.
18/06/2010 16:49:42
Hi Baz
As the others have said, superb "how to"   Thank you for sharing
Thread: Padauk & Maple pen
08/06/2010 18:30:12
Hi Baz
Pen looks really nice, lots of fiddly work there i see.
Thread: Robert Sorby Spiralling tool
06/06/2010 09:43:07
Hi Ron
The stem on the identical goblets in my album, were created with the sorby spiralling tool. What you describe in your  request, sounds like to me that you have the texturing wheel and not the spiral tooth bits, there are 4 wheels with the complete kit.
Try this link
 Then go the the instruction page, towards the bottom is the spiralling tool, hope this helps

Edited By Mark Sutton on 06/06/2010 09:50:55

Thread: 18 wheel truck
26/05/2010 19:24:13
Well Done Robert, really beautiful work
Thread: pill box
23/05/2010 13:35:01
Very nice little box, the same as baz what is the finish
Thread: Wooden Motorcycle
13/05/2010 16:22:33
This is just stunning, well done
Thread: Segmented Bowls
13/05/2010 16:19:52
Hi Dennis
Well done, work again is beautiful
Thread: wood turning club event with Andrew hall
11/05/2010 18:42:19
Hi Dennis
Lucky you, i had heard of the gentleman, i hope you enjoy the demonstration
Thread: Segmented Bowl By Dennis
09/04/2010 14:35:32
A Bit late Dennis
I like this bowl, very good use of differnt types and colours of the wood.  Well Done
I must get myself one of those jigs you use, or make one!!
Thread: Little table / plant stand
09/04/2010 14:33:10
I would like to echo the sentiments as previous, very nice, lovely detail.  Well done
Thread: AUCTION!!!!!!!
02/04/2010 08:44:18
Hi, just thought i would bid for the bear
Bid £5
Thread: balls
09/03/2010 08:31:14
Same here
Hope the event goes well, and a lot of money is raised.
Definatley more patience than me
Well Done
Thread: Johan's rimmed Walnut bowl
09/03/2010 08:28:54
Same as Marc`s comment, beautiful design and flows very well.  Well done
Thread: Introduction - recent new member.
08/03/2010 10:43:38
Hi Mick
Not been fishing yet, it doesnt beat the 7lb wild brownie i caught in August last year!!
07/03/2010 13:13:57
Hi Mick
I must make a visit to dunfermline at some point, and i also use Jean Burrhouse2 for some of my wood, but being further North i gain most of wood locally or go towards Ullapool.  Nice to see some very good turnings, and i am also an Ex Serviceman myself, served 25yrs in the RAF.  Keep up the good Work
Thread: Ralph's Desk Pen and Pad
04/03/2010 10:00:56
Hi Ralph
I love this piece, very nice design.
Looking forward to the How To if one becomes available 
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