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Weekend Projects - Turned bowl on a bowl

This design came about when I turned a small round bottom bowl a few years ago. I had a bangle lying......

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Weekend Projects - Offcentre Bowl

I have made offcentre bowls for many years. This design is just one of many variations that are poss......

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Weekend Projects - Tips for turning a milking stool

This project shows how to make a simple three-legged stool in beech (Fagus sylvatica). This stool ca......

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Technical Thursdays - How To Buy Timber

In the first part of a new series on buying timber, I will start by looking at the different methods......

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Cutting A Clean, Correctly Shaped Spigot

Cutting a clean spigot which is the correct shape for fitting into a chuck is very important. Not on......

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Marks on the Inside of Bowls

How many times have you turned the inside of a bowl to find a series of ridges? So, you think to you......

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Storing and Identifying Abrasives

We all use abrasives for our woodworking projects. How we store and identify our abrasives can save ......

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Save Timber by Using Offcuts

How many times have we thrown a corner away from a bowl that we have just cut on the bandsaw? Or a s......

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Why Use Different Parting Tools?

I am often asked why I have four different parting tools. Well, this depends on the job that I am us......

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How to Find the Centre of a Bowl Blank

This time I will look at ways in which to find the centre of a bowl blank. When I run a course, many......

 

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