Recently, in one of my rare posts, I indicated I had received numerous turning blanks when I purchased a used lathe. Many of these blanks were purchased as bowl blanks by the original owner and rough turned soon after he bought them. They have been sitting on a shelf since 2002. The thing is, this turner took the advice of the salesman that sold him a VL300 (his first lathe) and acquired numerous chucks, face plates and a Oneway Woodworm. What he didn't do was inquire how to use them. All the bowl blanks were mounted using the Woodworm. The inside was rough turned first rather than shaping the outside and creating a tenon or mortise for the chuck so the bowl could be mounted and reversed. Once the inside was roughed out he told me he reversed the blanks and held them by the lip of the bowl on a set of Oneway Jumbo jaws. So now what I have is roughed out bowls blanks with about a 3/4 inch deep hole in the bottom of each. I can remount the blanks and turn them but would like your thoughts on how to resolve the issue of the remaining hole. And I don't want to make a bunch of funnels.