Wooden Handle – A woodturning project

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My wife is great in the kitchen.  I love to turn projects that she then uses to create culinary delights that I get to eat.  One day she asked if I could make a wooden handle for her tablespoon measure.  The metal spoon had lasted longer than the plastic handle.  I think it suffered contact […]

Turned Weed Pot – A woodturning project

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Spring is when all the flowers are in bloom.  Your little ones bring Mom bouquets of wild flowers.  True they are weeds and the best place for them is in a weed pot.  A small turned weed pot is perfect for that bunch of flowers picked by tiny hands.  You can always use an extra […]

Diz: A Turned Fiber Tool Project

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Turned wood and fiber are a natural combination.  Think of the turnings on a spinning wheel, from legs, to spokes, to supports for the flyer.  Wood and spinning, kind of makes sense as they are both fibers after all.  There are lots of fiber tools that you can turn.  One of the simplest is called […]

How to top a good wine – make a bottle stopper – A woodturning project

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A wood turned bottle stopper is a great accent to a good bottle of wine.  This gives you a chance to try different turning techniques like adding burn lines or a captive ring.  This is a small project that does not require special wood or specialized turning tools.  Be creative and make different shapes with […]

Spile: How to Tap into Sap – A Woodturning Project

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When winter is almost over, and the sap begins to run, it is the time to tap the trees and make syrup.  I always thought that you needed a lot of equipment and stuff.  True the boiling down of the syrup needs a fire, a big pot, and a shed to keep out the wind.  […]

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