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Les Hetherington16/10/2011 00:03:04
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I told her that i don't do nice, but i do do strange and this is what i made her.
I hope that you guys

like it, Les
Sam16/10/2011 00:23:09
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Very nice Les , Is it yew that you used ?? I do have alot of admiration of the whole object inside another .
 
Kind regards Sam
Les Hetherington16/10/2011 09:31:09
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Hi Sam, the vase within a vase was made out of a large piece of beach that i was given.
I still have to sand and finnish it as it was wet wood when i turned it, It has gone well out of shape now.
The yew fruit bowl i hand carved and hand sanded.
Many thanks for looking Sam, Les
.16/10/2011 19:21:57
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Love the vases Les... Yew is my favourite x
Steve J W17/10/2011 07:13:01
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Hi Les, --- If it was not for you on another site that you posted your pics i wouldnt of took the plunge to get my lathe, thankyou for all the advice that you gave me, i am at the moment building a small wooden building just for my lathe as the dust is just to much in my works workshop so have not been turning much, plus i have tried to get on the fields as much as i can but with the crop going in and the winter coming the lathe will hopefully have some good use,
 
take care and chat soon,
 
steve.
Les Hetherington17/10/2011 10:13:04
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Hi Steve, it's good to know that your in the workshop turning mate and i hope that your leaving some gold coins for me to find.
I would also like to say your welcome and well done on your first tunings as your getting a nice finnish on them. Les

Alan T.20/10/2011 08:33:16
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Hello Les, Like your turning a lot. Like you a favourite wood is yew. How did the small vase get inside the other one? Well done. Cheers Alan T.
Les Hetherington20/10/2011 15:04:59
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Posted by Alan T. on 20/10/2011 08:33:16:
How did the small vase get inside the other one? Well done. Cheers Alan T. -->

I don't know Alan, i made 2 vase's and left them on a table over night and when i got up i found one inside the other mate.

Simon Reeves20/10/2011 18:11:53
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I think the answer's easy - Les turned the vases wet, so the little one must have just shrunk as it dried and popped inside .

Simon

Great bit of turning and carving by the way Les.
Mark Sutton20/10/2011 19:06:33
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Hi Les
 
Those vases must have been interesting to turn, i.e. the bits of fresh air . Well done.
 
Mark
Les Hetherington23/10/2011 23:03:10
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Great answer Simon. I like the way that you think bud.
Hi Mark, cutting air is not as interesting as sanding a vase with a hole in it. Boy does it hurt your fingers when you sand it wrong.
Many thanks for looking. Les
 

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