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Turning Thin

Turning Thin: Richard Findley looks at turning green wood very thinly. Thin bowls have never really done much for me.…


Tudor Trenchers

Tudor Trenchers: Chris Grace makes some replica Tudor trenchers for a community museum. A history society that runs a Tudor Cottage…


Traditional Lovespoon Symbolism Explained

Traditional Lovespoon Symbolism Explained: Dave Western explores the meanings behind the signs and symbols used in lovespoons Understanding lovespoon symbolism…


Why Turn Punky and Soft Wood?

Why Turn Punky and Soft Wood? Alan Wasserman looks at using imperfect wood, starting with the implications and things to…


Napkin Rings and Stand

Napkin Rings and Stand: Colwin Way makes another dining table piece. This one’s a real favourite of woodturners and as…


Demystifying the Skew Chisel

Demystifying the Skew Chisel: Kurt Hertzog talks about the skew chisel. Of the many tools in a woodturner’s kit, the…

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