Bill Shea rarely attends our in-person meetings as he lives in Dalton, MA. He can attend via Zoom and did so in October. He sent photos of his recent projects prior to the meeting so Charlie shared them with the group as Bill described them.
The Rocking Fish is a gift for his grandson's first birthday.
The five adaptation of the Isaac Newton Young Shaker wall clocks are made from cherry as housewarming gifts for Bill's nephews.
The pine jelly cupboard is a gift for his niece's wedding. It was Bill's first time punching metal for the inserts. Each insert is different and they are highlighted in the detail photos.
Thanks for sharing Bill!
Ward Vuillemot presented a multi-piece tea light candle holder. Made from black walnut, he turned it in four pieces - one an inside out turning of two pieces - and then assembled the final piece.
WARNING: Never leave lit candles unattended. Also, when using tea lights, always have a protective coating (like the metal casse) around the sides and bottom of the candles.