Well there was me thinking I had very few photos through and it was going to be a bit quiet .... how wrong was I then!! Another lively evening with lots of people sharing ideas and information. We got to see a rare glimpse of Pat's workshop in a mess (we have the evidence), we also had the new chair of the RPT in attendance...congratulations Jay!!
Bill Mooney sent in some photos of a mini hat and stand, the stand had been made first as a joke but then for real. Bill then showed us some photos of the pine cone hedgehogs he makes to support the veterans charity he works for.
Len Shield has been out making more bowls, using some very striking spalted timbers. Really lovely patterns, hopefully we will see some more of this soon....unless Len's grand daughters take over the workshop again!!
Maggie Irving has been out in the workshop turning all sorts of lovely things. Apparently she has some new hollowing tools that she bought from some tall Australian bloke...I forget his name but I think he does a bit of hollowing now and again.
Pat Carroll sent over a photo of an older hollow form which he had finished with a blue Rustoleum paint, this was following on from something shared by Kevin Purdy a week or so before. We also have an image showing Pat's workshop in a mess, I would show it but he's threatened legal action if I do!!
As always we had several contributions from others but the session is not recorded so I don't have screen shots....if you showed something then please do send over some photos, you can do it from your mobile phone.... it's not that hard, just ask a teenager for help!!
DON'T FORGET: YOU SHOULD SEND OVER YOUR PHOTOS FOR MONDAY EVENING RIGHT AWAY FOLKS!!
Don't forget you can find the previous Monday Session Reports on the website just click here. You can also look at the images for each week by clicking here and look at the images for each contributor by clicking here.
Once again thanks to all of you for making these evenings such a success, if nobody contributed then none of these evenings could happen. Keep on making and, most important of all, keep on sharing!
Photos are below, as usual click on the little image to see a bigger version: