Please note that the end of year Christmas meeting has been moved from the usual Thursday to WEDNESDAY 19th DECEMBER (usual 6:45 start time).
Our original date would have clashed with another group’s meeting in the hall above.
There’s lots happening at the next one:
Christmas Raffle and Open Competition
German Christmas Market Theme, subjects as below:
An object for a centre display, for example, a tea-light or candle powered carousel as described in the November and December 2017 Woodturning Magazine.
Christmas Tree Decoration:
A broad title which includes tree decoration items, baubles and the like either solid or hollow form. Perhaps a Christmas tree to hang an array of baubles on. Perhaps, with miniature electronics available these days, could be illuminated with LED, for example.
Figures such as robins, small Christmas trees, snowmen, Santa Clauses, a Christmas scene not entered as a table decoration. And so forth.
Our meeting this week, Thursday 6th December is all about making Christmas decorations, there should be 5 turners on the lathes making their interpretations of Christmas decorations. We are expecting a high turn out as usual and don’t forget to buy the Christmas raffles, any donations by way of prizes would be very welcome as well.
We hope you all have a very pleasant evening.
This was the recent one to one meeting. Images below, click on the photos for more info.
Our next meeting on Thursday evening 22nd November 2018 is a one to one meeting. There will be 4 experianced turners mentoring 4 members wishing to advance their skills in 4 different fields of woodturning.
Bill Munro will be mentoring Uisdean McBeth in the making of a wooden box with a lid.
David Hay will be mentoring Mark Dale on the methods of tool sharpening.
Errol Levings will be mentoring David Line on long hole boring.
Alec Mutch will be mentoring Bill Henderson on the use of a bowl gouge.
We are looking for a good turnout, there should be something in this programme for everyone to see and enjoy.
Remember to get your raffles for the Christmas draw and we are still looking for donations of prizes.
The list of future meet-ups is on our meetings page
A provisional list of the 2019 schedule is now on the Meetings Page
Will be on the 8th November.
Topic – Wooden Fruits
We’ve cheated, and this is obviously a real apple, but photos from the meeting will be posted afterwards.
For a full list of upcoming meetings, have a look at our meetings page