Turning Deluxe Pepper & Salt Mills

One of my favorite turning projects is a set of pepper and salt mills. They look great on the table and they get used...

Turning a Pen with Carbide Insert Tools

Pen turning is one of the most popular projects for woodturners, and a great place to start wood turning. In this article,...

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 an Artisan Comfort Ring

Almost everyone owns a ring, but seeing one made from wood is rarity that gets a lot of attention. These ring cores are made...

Applying a Food-Safe Wood Finish with Mahoney’s Walnut Oil and Wax

For years now, Mahoney’s Utility Finish has been our go-to finish for salad bowls and wooden utensils. It’s made by professional woodturner Mike Mahoney. Mike...

Turning a Thin Wall Bowl with Glenn Lucas

In this inspirational video Glenn Lucas turns a very thin wall bowl. Filmed at his workshop in Ireland. Director of photography - Nathanael MacDonald. Produced...

Turning Acrylics

Learn how to achieve a glass-like finish on acrylic pens and projects. See our full line of acrylic pen blanks

How to Turn a Wand that Glows in the Dark

Turning a magic wand is a lot of fun because it’s an easy woodturning project that still allows for lots of creativity in your...

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...

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...