Monday, April 22, 2013

More bowl dying.  This is more red in person

This one is a much brighter blue in person

Primary wood is ash with walnut trim

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Dying wood

The first bowl is dyed with a diluted red dye bath

This one is an ebony dye that has been put on.  The picture doesn't do it justice - it appears almost to be a brushed aluminum.  Very pretty.

Saturday, April 13, 2013

My yarn bowls

Right is black walnut with yellow heart.  The one on the left is my new one - maple with black walnut trim.

Friday, April 12, 2013

I asked Larry to make me a pedistal bowl to use on my table.  I truly love how this turned out.

This is a gorgeous little vessal.  The trim is all purpleheart on light maple and the top comes off.

This bowl has everyother accent area cut out and left open.

On this one he used a variety of different woods together for the trim. 

This one is a shallower bowl than some of them.

This one is like the one above with the cut out parts - but easier to see with nothing inside the bowl.

Another yarn bowl

This is just a different shaped little bowl.

Neat little kitchen utensils

These are some neat spreaders to use in the kitchen.  All hand carved.

Catching up a bit

More yarn bowls

Monday, May 14, 2012

Gift for our Granddaughter

This is a bowl made with special thoughts and prayers woven into each piece for a gift for our granddaughter's college graduation. 
Made of wavy hickory and Peruvian black walnut.

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Another yarn bowl

This bowl is made using alder as the main wood with a light maple trim.  I like the way these woods come together.

Kitchen Utensil Holder

This is a kitchen utensil vessel made from mahogany with a light maple base.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Gift bowl

This bowl was made as a gift to a friend. The main wood is maple and the trim wood is mahogany...randomly placed for accent. I like the look of this one very much.