The bindings are on, the edges are scraped and sanded and these two ukes are about ready for their fret boards.
Eva's #170 is looking good.
This lovely wood cost DiAnne a little extra. East Indian Rosewood does not usually look like this.
Rick is thinning some sides for the next start.
'while I am trimming up the bindings with this tiny plane. Once they are level with the soundboard and the back it is time use the scraper to level the flat surfaces of the bindings with the uke sides.
And my apprentice Rick has started construction of his very first uke, one for himself. Here he is whittling his tone bars,