Wood Turning

Monopod/sidetable

Monopod/sidetable

i atend at the HMC a furnetair making school in holland so fore a asiment i desingd this sidetable whit en inside out turned leg from maple end walnut the top of the leg is identical too the bottem end the top is atached too that.

i am also on instagram: ZOHRAN_BLOEDJES

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Submitted by: Zohran Bloedjes

Rockler

Beads of courage

Beads of courage

Hi King turner!
I have been turning (qualified) for one year and I wanted to get involved with the beads of courage programme with the Christchurch wood turners association here in earthquaked Christchurch New Zealand. It is made of 100 pieces of wood with “Beads of courage” set in resin to a lid made from Heart Rimu, the rest is Oak, Cherry and Macrocarpa.
When you visit New Zealand I will show you how awesome Macrocarpa smells.
Best regards.
Keith Hake.

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Submitted by: Keith Hake

Craft fair

Craft fair

My is in the photo with the wooden items we have made for our church craft sale all money’s go to an I dean hospital in velour

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Submitted by: Ian mills

Rockler

Liberty Bell

Liberty Bell

Hello Carl: Here is my version of the Liberty Bell. I made this for a friend of mind for his name sake. His last name of Wells. The wood is from a redwood split rail fence I was tossing out from my front yard. I hated to throw it all away so I saved a couple chucks to turn. Love your work. Ed. Maynard

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Submitted by: Eddie Maynard

Cherry Burl & Walnut Vase With Brass Inlay

Cherry Burl & Walnut Vase With Brass Inlay

This piece is turned from a piece from a burl my uncle had cut off a fallen Cherry tree.

I rough turned the piece of cherry, but I didn’t have to wait long since the wood was already fairly dry. I extended the neck with walnut and filled in a void in the burl with brass filings.

This was my first time inlaying brass and I think it turned out amazingly.

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Submitted by: Jonathan Gutz

Tool Cam

Tool Cam

I put a GoPro on my tool and this is what it looks like! 🙂

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Submitted by: Pat Laperrière