I am interested in hand knit traditional ganseys. They were beautiful and extraordinarily functional garments. Here is my research journal and thoughts on related historical issues
Not everything needs to be learned by doing. That is the classic result of turning green wood. I'm not even a scientist and I knew that.
Archer; then you also know that some of the professional bowl turners work with green wood - One guy I know, sells his at $300 - $1,000 each. Working with green wood allows him much greater productivity, giving him time to teach, travel, and play.http://www.customwooddesign.com/turninggreenwood-1.htmlhttp://www.johnjordanwoodturning.com/John_Jordan_Woodturning/Understanding_Wood.htmlhttp://www.woodturningvideosplus.com/green-wood-bowls.htmlhttp://www.popularwoodworking.com/woodturning-articles/make-a-twice-turned-bowl-green-woodI have turned greenwood into bowls, cups, platters, and storage bobbins.
If one does not have a few failures, then one is not taking enough risks. Without failures, one does not learn. http://citl.indiana.edu/news/dir-feb2012.phphttps://www.brainpickings.org/2014/08/15/john-gardner-failure/http://creatingminds.org/quotes/failure.htm
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