Posts Tagged ‘pyrography’


Recycled Wood Snowman Offers Season’s Greetings

This video is also on YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook. At our last woodturning club meeting, I won a chunk of wood in our raffle. It was a mystery wood salvage from a members job from discarded packing material. What do I do with a short piece of 4×4 with drying checks. In the Christmas Ornament […]

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Molly Winton Demonstrates Wood Burn Basket Weave Brand

May also be viewed on YouTube – But please stay here if you can! For this video, I have a special guest, Molly Winton. I recently attended one of her workshops where she taught pyrography or woodburning. She was a great teacher and gave me the bug — I have to incorporate wood burning into […]

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DIY Pyrography Pen And Tip For My Woodburning

May also be viewed on YouTube – But Better Here! There’s still time to enter this year’s Christmas Ornament Woodturning Challenge. See this year’s challenge playlist here for all ornament video submissions. We appreciate all skill levels and all types of Christmas ornaments.   As promised, this is my build video for my DIY or […]

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Home Made Vaporizer for “Pyrography”/Woodburning

May also be viewed on YouTube – but better here! There’s still time to enter this year’s Christmas Ornament Woodturning Challenge. Follow this link for details and and this separate link for this year’s challenge playlist for all ornament video submissions. We appreciate all skill levels and all types of Christmas ornaments. As promised, this […]

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Woodturning Hollow Christmas Ornament With Wood Burning

This video may also be viewed on YouTube. But much better here. This ornament is my first for this year’s Christmas Ornament Woodturning Challenge. It is cherry with the bulb about 2 inches in diameter plus about 1 inch integral finial. I hollowed the bulb by cutting it in half, hollowing the two halves, and gluing […]

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Pyrography For Lid Of My Segmented Utility Bowl

This video may be viewed on YouTube. This video builds on my last video to make a lid for my bowl. It went well except for the home-made plywood I used in the lid. I had expected it to blend well to make the lid. While it sanded well, and had a smooth surface, it […]

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