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    14",I haven't gone that deep yet.I obtained some Yew logs the other day.One is destined to become a vase.Will post it when complete.Time to steady the nerves!

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    A very nice vase Frederick. I like the shape.
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    Great looking vase Fred.

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    A good shaped vase with some lovely spalting to boot. Well done mate.
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    Very nice shape ! I love spalted wood

     
     
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    With the hollowing, if you dont have a hollowing set up with huge handles and stops and lasers etc, May I suggest that you drill to just short of the depth you want with as thick a drill as you can, then using a scraper with a 15 degree burr on top of the bevel angled at about 30 - 45 degrees you gently remove the wood. If you are happy with bowl cutters etc to go deeper then that's fine but when you get to the trembly bit, the scraper works wonders. Just a suggestion.

    There is no shame in using a forstner bit to remove the excess material in the middle to make life easier in the internal shaping.
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    All of the above

     
     

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