Maple with walnut and red heart feature point. Total of 8 segments with 10 pieces. In all 80 pieces. Fun to make and not to difficult. Thanks Carl for all your informative videos. I’m a longtime subscriber to your channel. Dave
Submitted by: Dave Barbo
Its a present for my niece ( need more family , running out of them to make things for lol ) . the box is made from Tasmanian oak , the rest is pallet wood , would love to know what wood it is . I would like to see your spin on this one Carl . Loved the manta ray this week .
Submitted by: dwayne
I submit this video because Stereokroma are looking for other makers to feature across Canada & USA.
Have a great day my friend! 🙂
Submitted by: Pat Lap
Turned this spalted beech vase, while drying it cracked and i tried to safe it with a strip of leather. In the end I’m actually happy about it! Multiple coats of clear lacquer were used to finish the Vase!
Submitted by: David K
This is my first attempt at a lidded box and it came out better than I could’ve imagined. It is was made from maple and jatoba and measures approx 5″ in diameter x 3″ tall. I have learned so much in a very short time from watching your videos. Thank you sharing your knowledge with all of us.
Submitted by: Jon Noell
Hi Carl, I missed the deadline for your Christmas ornament challenge, But I just wanted to share with you my video. I just started working with the lathe last year and thought I would do an inside out ornament and I included my first captured too.
Hope you like it.
Submitted by: Paul Willmore