Creative Woodworks & crafts 2005-01, страница 68
by Scoff and Kathy Griffith
Scott and Kalhy Griffith have been married for twenty-six years. They live in Southern Lancaster County. PA. amidst beautiful farmlands, Amish neighbors, and a feeling of community reminiscent of their childhoods.
They have worked with wood in some manner for most of their lives. However, since 1984 the lbcus of their work has been wood carving and turning. Their love for this bobby has deepened their appreciation for the surrounding world and has led them to try to spread the joy. One aspect of this is the benefits gained by children and adults who share the hobby. What a
great way to spend time together and to learn through workmanship and shared creativity.
Scott and Kathy's work can be seen at many fine arts and craft and wood carving shows, and through the fair season at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Fa ire among the artisans in Swashbucklers Grove!
This article is the third in an ongoing series focussing on the many uses and applications of the mini lathe. Scott and Kathy have been kind enough to share with us their many "tricks of the trade"' when it comes to getting involved in and making a profit through this fascinating, up-and-coming school of turn-
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