Wood Turning

Walnut thingies

Walnut thingies

A nib pen holder, some small boxes and again spinning tops ๐Ÿ™‚
All those things were among the first projects I did in the week after I got my lathe.
Nothing bigger than 0,8″ in diameter.
Finish is just a blend of carnauba wax and lineseed oil.

gedrechseltenussartikel

Submitted by: Sebastian Riebeling

Rockler

pear wood box and spinning top

pear wood box and spinning top

Another spinning top and a small box made of pear wood.
Really small boxes are among the things I really love to do, but the hollowing part still eludes me, so I just drill them out ๐Ÿ˜‰
Up to now nothing I turn is bigger than 1,5″ in diameter and I did boxes as small as 0,8″ in diameter. The one above is 1,5″.

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Submitted by: Sebastian Riebeling

bottom of the bowl

bottom of the bowl

I thought you might like to see the bottom of the bowl that I submitted a couple of days ago.

Ambrosia-Maple-bowl-bottom

Submitted by: Dean Osenbaugh

Rockler

small maple pot

small maple pot

small maple pot

maple-pot

Submitted by: maison callaway

Pens

Pens

I’m a disabled veteran and I am brand new to wood turning. These are some of the pens I’ve turned.

Complete-Collection

Submitted by: Jarrod Essman

Herr

Herr

I just wanted to thank you for your wonderful videos that inspired me to buy a lathe ๐Ÿ™‚
Since i got it a couple of days before christmas i mostly do spinning tops because they seem to have a hypnotizing effect on me… plus my wife absolutely loves them ๐Ÿ˜‰
So… this one is made of cocobolo, sanded up to 999 grit and finished with Capt. Eddie Castelin’s (whom i, too have to thank for his vids) shine juice ๐Ÿ™‚
(1/3 shellac, 1/3 den. alcohol, 1/3 boiled lineseed oil)

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Submitted by: Sebastian Riebeling