Turning Archive 2006
>Sizes range from 2" to 6". Done from the Fairhaven Beech in Planting Fields on Long Island. I'm hoping they sell well in their gift shop. I am enjoying doing these smaller hollowforms, these are done with my home made hollowing tools. Thanks to all who provided info on making tools. I find that this wood is very prone to cracking, so I make heavy use ot the theory that it adds "character". Getting somewhat better on forms as I went along. I am getting hooked on these hollow minis.