Friday, June 05, 2009

Some new weedpots

The farmers market season has already begun. Most weekends will find me at Antigonish on Saturday morning between 8am and noon. I just started a twitter feed, so you can get more uptodate information of my whereabouts at twitter.com/SeafoamWoodturn.

This week I made some weedpots. Some are quite unusual, having natural edges and the like. The large ones are Black Ash, the ones with the bark still on are Striped Maple.

5 comments:

Greg Summers said...

Love the weedpots, a quick project and great use of what it usually waste.

How are you finishing the natural bark surfaces?

Derek Andrews said...

Greg, just one coat of danish oil.

wood turning said...

Nice work on these, really like the natural edges which you don't come across very often. A very earthly look.

Thomas Balzamo said...

Simple, but very cool!

Projects Woodworking said...

Interesting! Love the weedpots, a quick project and great use of what it usually waste..
Thanks for the sharing..