Dale Nish Finishing Process

The Deft and Oil finishing process was taught by Dale L. Nish in our Woodturning Workshop program for over 25 years and is still...

Allan Batty’s Woodturning Notes

Woodturning Notes by Allan Batty is an accumulation of important basic points in woodturning, gleaned from over 40 years of experience in the woodturning...

Modern Masters Metal Effects

Create turnings with an ancient appearance, or combine the natural beauty of wood with the look and feel of a metallic surface to create...

Turning a Confetti Light Snowman

Turn a festive Snowman Confetti Light that is sure to be this year's favorite decoration.  This woodturning project requires only a few tools and...

Turning a Duck Call Peppermill

Duck calls and pepper mills are two of the most popular woodturning projects today.  So naturally, we thought combining them both into a single...

Turning Halloween Bottle Stoppers

Halloween is a fun and enjoyable time of year.  Most people dress up on Halloween , so we thought why not dress up a project...

Coloring Wood by Jimmy Clewes

Using dye to color woodturnings is a fun and exciting way to make any piece of wood look spectacular.  In this article, professional woodturner...

Shear Scraping with the Crown Negative Rake Shear Scraper

As a woodturner, the last thing you want to see when your lathe comes to a stop is an area with torn grain.  It’s...

Turning a Trivet

Woodturned projects are always a welcome addition to my kitchen, and a cork trivet is no exception. A turned cork trivet protects dining tables...

Turning a Garden Dibber

Whenever I turn, I tend to stick to functional projects that have a use like a salad bowl that will be used daily in...

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