1: Cut a groove round the edge of a bowl 2 to 3mm deep;
2: Using CA glue (this is best), put a drop in part of the groove;
3: Carefully pour some sand onto the glue;
4: Repeat until the groove is filled;
5: Cut the inlay back using a carbide tool;
6: Sand and finish as usual, taking care to remove the dust from any voids in the inlay.
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