Posts Tagged ‘spindle Turning’


Quick And Easy Ring And Jewelry Holder

This video may also be viewed via YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook. Best right here! This project is fairly quick and easy yet functional and beautiful. While simple, it has potential for many variations. Essentially, it is a bowl with a spindle – the best of both worlds. The bowl is small and shallow with the […]

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Preparing Green Cherry – Not Solely For Bowls

May also be viewed on YouTube, Vimeo, or Facebook. Best right here. To view Christmas Ornament Challenge entries – click here. Not every project results in a beautiful object. Some I do well in advance with a beautiful object in mind. This is the case in this video. I was given some fresh cut or green […]

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Woodturning Is For The Birds

Also viewable on YouTube I turned these two birds to answer the challenge by my local woodturning club. The club often challenges its members to bring in a challenge turning after a presentation on the same topic. Last month, Kathleen Duncan demonstrated turning wood birds. Hence the challenge topic. These birds are about 3 inches […]

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An Analog Clock In A Digital World

Do you need a reminder what clock-wise and counter clock-wise mean? How about a nice desk or counter top analog clock? The thought also struck me that segmented woodturning relates to solid woodturning as digital relates to analog. What do you think? This clock consists of 3 red oak segment rings, a walnut plug and […]

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Woodturning Weird Rolling Doodad Toys

At the Desert Woodturning Rounding in Mesa Arizona, I saw a weird toy in the instant gallery. I studied it but couldn’t figure out how it was turned. Fortunately, the woodturner was nearby and explained both the simplicity and the critical portions of the toy. I had to make one. Unfortunately, I don’t remember what […]

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Bud Vases For Mothers Day

Two brothers and I met recently for a woodturning Turnover. They wanted some supervised practice and training. We started with a project agenda to give them several woodturning experiences. However, our well planned agenda was interrupted when our wives called back from visiting Saturday’s Market. They had seen bud vases and each wanted one for […]

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Turn A Seam Ripper For Quilting and Sewing

February, at the Desert Woodturning Roundup, I met Wayne Wolfe. He showed me pictures of several quilt and sewing tools that he has woodturning. My wife said she wanted one – so off I go. For the hardware, I purchased a seam ripper at a fabric store and discarded its lid. The wood is a […]

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