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TURNING GREEN WOOD

Turning Green Wood Cover
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MICHAEL O'DONNELL. Green woodturning is turning fresh lumber straight from the tree. The author tells how to harvest and store green wood, anticipate the natural changes in green wood as it dries, and reveals the mysteries of the most admired skills in the craft. Six projects are offered including a very thin, almost transparent cross-grain bowl and a fine natural edge end-grain goblet.

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