spalting

  1. My First Offical Non-Spindle Turning-A Magnolia Plate

    My First Offical Non-Spindle Turning-A Magnolia Plate

    Wood: Southern Magnolia Finish: Miniwax Finishing Wax Diameter: 9 inches
  2. Miscellaneous Magnolia Pieces

    Miscellaneous Magnolia Pieces

    Wood: Southern Magnolia Finish: Varathane Gloss Polyurathene
  3. My Best Wood Bowl (Magnolia)

    My Best Wood Bowl (Magnolia)

    Wood: Southern Magnolia Finish: Varathane Gloss Polyurathene Diameter: 7 inches
  4. The Magnolia Spalted Snowman and Lady Ornaments

    The Magnolia Spalted Snowman and Lady Ornaments

    Wood: Southern Magnolia Finish: Varathane Satin Gloss Polyurathene Enamel Height: Her-6 inches; Him-8 inches;
  5. If you can't describe it... then it must be art! LOL!

    If you can't describe it... then it must be art! LOL!

    Wood: Southern Magnolia Finish: Varathane Satin Gloss Polyurathene Enamel Diameter: 8 inches Note: The wood on which it is displayed is the same Magnolia from which it was turned.
  6. Another Small Magnolia Bowl

    Another Small Magnolia Bowl

    Wood: Southern Magnolia Finish: Varathane High Gloss Polyurathene Enamel Diameter: 5 inches
  7. A Magnolia Football Christmas Tree Ornament

    A Magnolia Football Christmas Tree Ornament

    Wood: Southern Magnolia Finish: Varathane High Gloss Polyurathene Enamel Height: 6 inches
  8. Rugged Magnolia Bowl

    Rugged Magnolia Bowl

    Wood: Southern Magnolia Finish: Varathane Satin Gloss Polyurathene Enamel Diameter: 7 inches Meant to look rugged with even the chainsaw marks remaining on the bottom. Very dramatic spalting lines.
  9. Small Bowl

    Small Bowl

    Wood: Southern Magnolia Finish: Miniwax Finishing Wax Diameter: 5 inches
  10. Snowman Christmas Tree Ornament

    Snowman Christmas Tree Ornament

    Wood: Southern Magnolia Finish: Varathane High Gloss Polyeurathene Enamel Height: 8 inches
  11. JRD

    Spalting, Nothing Finer

    After making a number of travel mugs for others over the years, I finally decided to turn one for myself. I can not imagine a nicer piece of wood than this spalted Pecan. I'm very pleased with the outcome.
  12. N

    All Things Spalting

    Not sure if this is already posted, but a very good site on why and how wood spalts. Hope it is helpful. The blog starts at the bottom chronologically. http://www.finewoodworking.com/blog/woodworking-life/tag/spalting
  13. merrill77

    Chris's guide to spalting maple

    Ok, maybe guide is too strong a word :> This is how I did it...completely unintentionally: Cut down healthy maple tree in winter Saw into firewood sized pieces Put on firewood rack and cover with tarp to keep the rain off Do not check to see if the tarp stays on (I think this step may be...
  14. K

    spalting blog at Fine Woodworking website

    Ok everyone, I've convinced Fine Woodworking to give me my own little corner for a spalting blog. I'm still receiving a large volume of spalting related e-mails each day, and I needed a way to quickly disseminate information. My introductory post...
  15. CarvedTones

    Judging if spalting went too far

    A bunch of firewood caught my eye yesterday. It was at the convenience store (gas station) across from the Ace Hardware on 55 in Apex about a mile north of US1, in case anyone is nearby and wants to take a look. Anyway, a lot of the pieces were pretty squared off, about 4"x4" with no cracks on...
  16. sawduster

    Spalting

    Can spalting occur in any wood or only in certain species ? thanx in advance for any info
  17. K

    Inducing Spalting

    This is my second attempt at posting this. So if the original turns up, I apologize in advance for spamming the system. The article I wrote for Fine Woodworking on DIY Spalting should be coming out this Spring. You'll find it much more in-depth and informative. Now to the question: How...
  18. Z

    Seal or not - trying to increase spalting

    I am confused - I have 6 Maple logs that I am trying to increase the spalting in. I put them in bags and covered with moist sawdust per the directions I found on the web. But, standard procedure to prevent checking is to debark and seal the ends. Would sealing the ends defeat the attempt to...

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