Red Oak Hollow

Woodturning, a joyful hobby making round things out of wood

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Red Oak Hollow Lathe Works in Kansas

The new shop sits back past the corner of the house

Rockets

Wood rocket models about six feet tall -- the non-flying type

ROHLW studio

The Red Oak Hollow Lathe Works studio in Loudoun County, VA

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Second Street School (L)

This is the largest of a nest of three spalted maple bowls from Waterford, VA

Second Street School (M)

This is the middle size spalted maple bowl from Waterford, VA

Second Street School (S)

This is the small spalted maple bowl from Waterford, VA

Second Street School bowls

The full nest of three bowls from the Second Street School tree in Waterford.

Shaping spindle elements

Once marked and measured, shape with spindle gouge or skew

Shaping with spindle roughing gouge

Use the spindle roughing gouge to shape long areas

Shop stool

A large electrical insulator pattern "turned" into a shop stool

SNE1

Square natural edge bowl still in half log form on lathe

SNE2

Starting to undercut the top to shape the bowl under the square

SNE3

The bowl gouge addressing the undercut

SNE4

Depiction of large bowl gouge in position to undercut square top
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