Inspired by some bowls I had seen, made by Michael Mode, a little while ago I decided to jump straight in at the deep end and make this 500mm (19.5") bowl, using the surprisingly simple technique, stacked-ring lamination. I used my lathe to smooth out the layers, but they could have be power-sanded instead. The project wasn't without it's hiccups (see video), but I was very pleased with the final result.

Check out the video to see how I made it! LINK

<p>That is beautiful</p>
<p>wonderful job. well done work and video.</p>
<p>you are very talented and nice to look at also. ;-)</p>
<p>Really cool bowl and nice instructy. Thanks </p>
absolutely beautiful
Very very cool, wish I had all those tools to have a crack at it myself.
<p>I love it! Nice touches, very elegant :-)</p>
I don't see the video link.
<p>Hi, it should be embedded at the top of the page. If not, I have just added a link at the end of the text.</p>
<p>Straight up beautiful! </p>
<p>Thank you!</p>

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Bio: Hi, I'm Alex Harris, Engineering student and "YouTube woodworker". For more about me, visit my website: http://thiswoodwork.com/
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