Our demonstrator this month is Ric Erkes. Rick will be talking about what he’s learned in almost twenty years of turning. His primary goal is to share thoughts on tools/accessories that work versus those that are a waste of money. He’ll discuss simple jigs that you can make that save time and money and he’ll spend time showing how to effectively use a bowl gouge. Ric will also talk about how he sand bowls versus vases and the simple finish that he applies. Time permitting, he'll show some simple techniques for fluting, chattermarking, and carving. In one word the demo is all about ideas.
Please bring those items in your shops you no longer need/use (wood, tools, jigs, blanks, etc.) to share with others via the raffle. Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00. For each item you donate to the raffle (up to three), we’ll give you an extra ticket.
We would love to see what you have been working on. Please bring your recent turnings and let us know how you made and finished them.
If you have made any Beads of Courage bowls, bring them with yours well.
Hope to see y’all there,
* Hunter House is located at 13428 Providence Rd., Weddington. It is an old farm house; the house is just north of Weddington. Park in the front yard. If using a GPS, substitute Matthews for Weddington.