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...

Old-Fashioned Milk Paint

Old-Fashioned Milk Paint uses an authentic formula to produce the same look and feel as found on colonial era furniture. Watch the video to see...

Applying Sanding Sealer

In this tutorial, learn how to apply sanding sealer to your turned projects. We recommend applying a sanding sealer to most woodturnings prior to finishing....

Turning a Capsule Box

Inspired by Ray Key's most popular box style, the beauty of the Capsule Box lies in it's simplicity and the way it feels in...

How to Turn a Pen

In this pen turning tutorial, learn how to turn a slimline pen. Pen making is an exciting hobby that's fun, rewarding and able to...

How to Apply a Waterlox Finish

In this woodturning tutorial, learn how to apply a waterlox finish on your woodturning projects. Waterlox is a durable tung oil based finish for...

Turning a Salt Canister

Note: The piece shown in this Inspiration Series video was made from Cottonwood and finished with beeswax. One of my favorite turning projects is a small...

How to Turn a Bottle Stopper

Learn how to turn a custom wood bottle stopper that's sure to compliment any wine bottle. Turning a one-of-a-kind bottle stopper is a fun...

Applying Food Safe Finishes

In this video, learn how to apply a food safe finish on your woodturning projects. We show how to apply and maintain several types...

Turning a Utility Platter

Utility platters are one of our favorite turning projects.  You can store fruit in them on your kitchen table as a decorative touch, or...