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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

lancaster county woodcarving club ...tonights meeting , interesting

hi folks, first just want to say that the easter baby chick is sanded and i will get another video up soon,,, i am getting there, lol , it wont be long till its done,
the lancaster county woodcarving club had their meeting tonight, think there was about 30 people, it was a good meeting, i find the bring and brag portion of the meeting very interesting, carvers bring in their work and say a few words about it, i brought in my leprechaun project that i did on youtube, along with my easter baby chick. you never know what you will learn, and the carving tips that might be helpful, i learned about a new finishing oil, called bush oil, i never heard of it but one of the carvers had a wonderful cane he carved and used this new oil as a finish, i will get some its not cheap, but sometimes the good stuff is more, but well worth it if finishes well. so if your not part of a carving club then please go visit one, and see what its like, we are getting ready for the lancaster show on june 5and 6, which i am planning on being a vendor with some of my carving and all of the videos, i have no idea, this will be the first show that i will be doing this way,,, so if you can go to a club and if not a club then to a show, you wont be disapppointed, and you can find some interesting things, happy and safe carving to ya, arleen

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