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Toby Fulwiler, a retired English professor from The University of Vermont, turns wooden bowls from local hardwoods found on his 90 acre farm in Fairfield, VT. He specializes in natural-edge bowls, often turned from sugar maple, black cherry, apple, and white ash. In addition, he turns bowls for salads, fruit, condiments, and display in many sizes from many other woods.

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  • Born on December 6
  • Joined February 11, 2009

Favorite materials

sugar maple, black cherry, white ash, butternut, apple, staghorn sumac and natural burls from any interesting wood

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About

Toby Fulwiler, a retired English professor from The University of Vermont, turns wooden bowls from local hardwoods found on his 90 acre farm in Fairfield, VT. He specializes in natural-edge bowls, often turned from sugar maple, black cherry, apple, and white ash. In addition, he turns bowls for salads, fruit, condiments, and display in many sizes from many other woods.

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