My first Wood Turning

My wife decided I needed to make the signs for her friends wedding coming up this fall. Here is what I’ve come up with.Sign post 3

Its a double captive ring sign post made out of ash. It took quite a while to finish, however I feel like for my first try it turned out really nice. The finished product will look like this…

Sign post 4

This photo is just me holding the sign board. Let me know what you guys think.

 

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14 comments on “My first Wood Turning
  1. You did great job Brian! I never would have guessed it was your first turning!

  2. Good work and interesting project! Can’t wait to see more!

  3. Allen R. Kive says:

    That’s really cool! Good job on the rings too, I know that can be hard to do sometimes (in my experience anyway), but you seemed to do really well, especially for being a first!

  4. Captive rings for a first turning project, you have guts! 🙂 And you have managed it very well, too!

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