Hi all, I still have a lot to learn about wood movement. For example, I turned a cherry bowl 3 days ago, on a piece of wild cherry, cut back last may, sealed with anchorseal immediately upon slicing it in half on my large bandsaw, and left to dry until I pulled it out in November to do a turning, which is when my old lathe broke, and when I got my new one, I returned to it and finished it into a bowl, where originally I was going to do a lid for another vessel I had turned. In the 3 days since I turned it earlier this week, it has gone out of round by over 5/16 of an inch. Should I have done a "rough turning" and let it dry more in a paper bag and gone back to it some weeks from now; and should I have re-sealed it with anchorseal? One thing that may be a factor is that here in Virginia we have had a wet winter so far, and the humidity levels have been fairly high. My wood is kept in a storage shed that is not heated. Any thoughts that might help would be appreciated.