The bright yellow carnage of green Osage Orange (Maclura pomifera).
Osage Orange bowl on the lathe.
Building a deeper or longer tool-rest
Category: Bone Meal Bread, logging and milling, technique and process, transfer of energy, wooden bowls, woodwork Tagged: making tools, osage orange, wooden bowls, woodwork
I frequently use Osage orange. I really like it.
BTW, what State are you in?
Yaakov, I have noticed you using Osage Orange on your blog, I really like it too. I live in Kansas, and we have lots of Osage Orange, but most people call it “hedge” around here- because most of it grows in miles and miles of hedge rows bordering our pastures and fields.
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