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2018 Competition Pieces:

This site is designed to keep members up to date with all aspects of the IWG’s Chapter in Dublin, Ireland, as well as let others see what we do.

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Recent Stuff

Upcoming Stuff

Jan  - Platter

Feb  - Set of napkin Rings

Mar  - Picture or Mirror Frame

Apr  - Candle Stick ( s )

May  - Open

Jun  - Pedestal Bowl

Jul  - Egg Cup and Egg

Aug  - Box with Lid

Sep  - 6" X 2" X 2"

Oct  - 6 Buttons

Nov  - No  Competition

Dec  - Christmas Item

May. Sat. Demo: David Lowe

May. Sat. Comp: Open

May. Wed. Demo: Tony Lally

 Here are the latest Competition Winners and demonstrator . . see them and others on the Competitions & Meetings pages.

Demonstrators

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May

Sat : David

         Lowe        

Wed: Tony           Lally

 




…For more, see Meetings page.

 

The demonstrator for the Annual Seminar on May 5th will be David Lowe. David is an accomplished turner from Yorkshire and his Facebook page is at : -

https://www.facebook.com/davelowerpt/

Jun

Sat : Willie

         Edwards  

Wed: Willie           Reville

 

Jul

Sat : Michael

         Fay       

Wed: Noel           White

 

Tom Murphy Resinates with us all!

For the February demo Tom Murphy gave us some insight into using resin when woodturning. After plenty of detail about the mixture and making of resin, he turned a small vase that had had a crack filled with resin. Here are some pictures with more on the Meetings Page for February.

April Meetings

The Saturday and Wednesday meetings for April went ahead despite the grey sky.  Kristian Doherty gave a demo of the MDF Rose Engine lathe, an unique device for making ornamental turned (OT) objects. An unusual machine that made decoratively patterned objects by moving the head-stock when turning. The Wednesday demo saw Colm Murphy show us his techniques for turning natural-edged bowls. For more information and photos, see the Meetings page and the Newsletter. A photo of each demo is shown below.

Aug

Sat : Willie

     Creighton  Wed: Sean       McMorrow

 

Sep

Sat : Irene

       Christie        

Wed: tbc