Monday, May 31, 2010

Toy's & Rolling Pin's


I found a toy I thought the grandchildren might like to play with its very simple to make it's called the "Clown Drop".  It even gets the oldies in.

 Thanks Steve The Scrollsaw Workshop worth it a short video on how it works The Clown Drop








A good friend had some Tassie timbers dropped off they were all turning blanks small and large for pens and rolling pins. A god selection consisting of Huon Pine. Tassie Blackwood, Tassie Myrtel. Alan doesn't turn or thing square into round (well not on a lathe anyway), so in passing them onto me he asked would I make a pair of Rolling pins for his favourite son in-law. Tassie Blackwood with  Huon Pine Handles and visa versa.

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