One of the advantages/disadvantages of being a turner is that I will buy boards that catch my eye, generally with interesting grain patterns, and wait for a project to suggest itself.
I’ve had a piece of willow kicking around for a couple of years. It finally decided it wanted to be a wall clock. I modified the design to fit the clock face and, of course the amount of material I had.
I left out the bead detail and the roundovers as I wanted the focus to be on the grain pattern. I’m very pleased with how this turned out.
"New York is big, but this is Biggar"
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