November 7th: The Hawaiian Calabash & pewa patches repairs. November 14th: Boxes with hand chased threads. Find more information below and purchase your ticket.

Once you buy your ticket, you will receive an email from me with the information needed to log in to the Zoom meeting. Limited to 100 attendees per session. Zoom meeting room opens at 12.30 pm. The demo will start at 12.45 pm Hawaii time. The demo consists of 3 parts: 1 I start with a brief history of the Hawaiian calabash using a narrated photo slide. 2 I will show you how I turn a low sided round bottom side grain calabash. 3 we will finish with me showing you how to apply "pewa" or butterfly patches on a crack of a bowl. And for this demo I have invited Kirk Kapp, he will show us how to finish a piece with Parfix 3408. A medical grade, slow curing CA glue. Fast, easy and great looking results !
I will also be raffling the demo piece! One lucky winner will receive the Milo Calabash, free shipping.

November 7th Zoom meeting starts at 12.30 pm Hawaii time. Demo Starts at 12.45pm.

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Part 1: A brief history of the Hawaiian Calabash
Hawaiian Calabash
Part 3: how to apply "pewa" or butterflies patches to cracks on a bowl.
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Part 2: How to turn a round bottom low sided "Palewa" Hawaiian Calabash

November 14th 2020 @12.30 pm Hawaii time: boxes with hand chased threads demo. I do my threads the old fashioned way: with hand held chasers and an armrest. Why spend hundreds of dollars on a jig when you can startt cutting threads at a fraction of the cost of a complicated jig?

palo santo box
Crisp threads on a Palo Santo box lid

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