Wood Turning

Walking Stick

Walking Stick

The light colored stick was made by cutting scoops out using a saber saw. After each cut, the stick was turned ninety degrees and the next cut made.

Everything was rounded over with a 3/8″ round-over router bit, sanded then finished.

On a whim, I then drilled holes and added the single piece of rope. So, essentially, this could be a survival stick, proving you don’t need more than about ten feet of rope.

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Submitted by: Kelly Craig

Rockler

Miniature Goblet Set

Miniature Goblet Set

These goblets are made out of curly cherry wood.

Goblets

Submitted by: Pat Laperrière

Segmented pen

Segmented pen

Chevron / scalloped pen of maple, wenge and mistry wood, well it’s a mystery to me anyway…

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Submitted by: ken cunningham

Rockler

vase

vase

Like turning and carving to combine the two. This is first attempt.

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Submitted by: Tommy

Embellishing a bowl after turning

I love turning maple but sometimes the grain doesn’t stand out. This is a wood burning project to embellish a bowl.

Submitted by: Steve Krumanaker

Wooden Rememberance Poppies

Wooden Rememberance Poppies

Hi there,

I thought you may like to see some poppies I recently made. These were turned on my lathe and then carved before being mounted to a dowel and then painted.

Thank you

Grace

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Submitted by: Grace Silverwood