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Bob Rosand at Barb's Barn

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There were two days of hands on workshops with Bob Rosand at Barb's Barn in November

Tony Zielinski wheels in his grinder for the session he attended

With each days attendance at 10 or so, the turners get set up before the class

The instructor for the sessions was Bob Rosand

Members from the four area AAW chapters attended the sessions

Bob started off with the acorn ornament

The perch and bird holes are drilled in the blank prior to mounting and rounding

After shaping the outside, leaving enough for strength, the inside is hollowed

The finishing cuts are made on the inside

The bottom of the ornament is now thinned and shaped

The acorn bottom is parted off

The left over scrap is shaped to make a jam chuck for the acorn bottom

Mounted on the jam chuck allows the bottom to be finished

After completion, the bottom is removed from the jam chuck

At that point, the class sets about making the first part of this ornament

Father Jim stops in to watch some of the class and say hello to Bob

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Photos by Barb Berger and Kurt Hertzog
     

 


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