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Recent Comments 2017-11-30T01:05:07+00:00
  • From Ralph Hausman on Carving a Newport Shell for a Tall Clock - Episode 2

    Concerned about how the hurricane/tropical storm might be affecting you and yours/your place ... Hoping for the best for you all / our prayers are with you .... rmh

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    2018/09/16 at 5:25 pm
  • From David Proctor on Carving a Newport Shell for a Tall Clock - Episode 2

    Hi Mary,
    I agree with Bert., There is so much to learn from this video with the grain direction ,so far I've watched it 4 times and each time I see something new.
    Thanks for the videos, Dave

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    2018/09/13 at 10:40 pm
  • From Bert Holden on Carving a Newport Shell for a Tall Clock - Episode 2

    Mary,
    I enjoy watching your videos. The way you explain the process really makes learning easier. Your explanations about grain direction is very important information and I like the fact you keep repeating how critical the grain direction is. Also I like the fact that you don't edit the video when an issue arrives. This helps me when an unexpected slip occurs when carving a project and it gives me ideas of how to fix it. Keep up the great work. Watching the videos has given me much joy and information to help me get better.
    I hope you are enjoying you trip and I pray the hurricane weakens before hitting land.
    Thank you, Bert

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    2018/09/13 at 1:36 pm
  • From Ronald Goldenson on Carving a Face

    Mary,

    If I buy a lesson on carving a face, may I see it multiple times?
    Thanks.
    Ron Goldenson

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    2018/09/13 at 10:56 am
  • From R Mark Petersen on Starting to Carve - Beginner Lesson #2

    I'm looking into a #1 gouge/chisel. What are the advantages of single bevel vs. double bevel, and vice versa? Thanks.

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    2018/09/09 at 10:59 am
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