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When a streak of sap or strong color runs down one side of a bowl, the visual result is usually less than satisfactory. If the color is across a face of a blank, then you have the option of orienting the bowl to have the color around the rim or as Flatsawn blanks give concentric circles within the bowl that show as horizontal lines on the outside. Preparing Blanks 31 A Tasmanian sassafras board had the prized black heart across one face. Having the color in the bottom, left, is less interesting than having the color around the rim, right.
Where the pith is in the center, as in the photo below, I usually go for two quartersawn boards, top and lower left, which vary in thickness according to the radial splits from center. - (305mm) long log I thereby get two large blanks at least 10 in. by 3 in. (255mm × 75mm) and two boards that yield two small blanks each. A similar log can be From a log with the pith well off-center, especially if small, you can cut three thick flatsawn blanks, or one thin and one very thick. - (305mm) long log can be laid out to yield at least two 10-in.
Remember that if you cut such undercut squares into disks on a bandsaw, avoid sacrificing your fingers. It is essential that you have Don’t waste your off-cuts. -high bowls (far right). 44 The Art of T urned Bowls the square upper faces against the saw table or support the blank as in the drawing on page 41. Never have a gap between the point where a sawblade enters the wood and the saw table. It is safer and quicker to mount the square blanks on the lathe and turn them round. Problem Blanks Despite our best endeavors, defects appear in blanks, and whether we should have spotted them or not is neither here nor there once the blank is cut and on the lathe.