Turning a Crushgrind Mill

Crushgrind Mills are one of our most popular kitchenware projects.  They allow you to grind pepper, salt and dry spices.  You can adjust the...

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...

Turning a Top Hat Christmas Tree Ornament

Christmas Tree Ornaments are fun, easy to turn projects with endless creative possibilities. You can really get your creative juices flowing experimenting with color, shape,...

Determining Safe Lathe Speeds

At what speed should I run my lathe? Have you ever found yourself asking that question? If so, you are not alone! Deciding how fast...

Applying a CA Pen Finish

There are a lot of options when it comes to finishing pens, but my favorite, hands down, is the CA pen finish....

Comparing Drill Chucks

What is a drill chuck? How is it used? What are the different types and which one is best for you? Find out as we take...

Turning a Nut Cracker Bowl

A nut cracker bowl is a great way to conveniently serve all kinds of nuts, plus it's fun to turn and a great way...

Turning a Calabash Bowl

A Calabash bowl features a round bottom and is typically turned from green wood so that it warps slightly, imitating traditional bowls made from...

Turning Wineglass Stemware

Hand-turned Stemware is a classy way to impress your guests at your next occasion. We offer a full range of glasses. The glass is...

Threading Wood and Acrylics

Many of the project kits we sell feature threaded hardware, which allows you quickly remove the blank before washing. In this video we'll show you how...