American Woodturner 36 issue 1

American Woodturner 36 issue 1
February 2021
  • Functional Vase From a Board: Dennis Belcher offers a way to make a beautiful vase from a single board—no hollowing required.

  • Clean Your Shop! Having dealt with many workshops of turners who passed away and left behind an unorganized mess, Dale Larson offers some valuable advice.

  • “Twisted” Napkin Ring/Tea Light Set: This straightforward multiaxis technique results in a “twisted” spindle useful for many projects, by Andrew Kuby.

  • Turn a Ship’s Wheel Clock: Using spindle-turning and segmenting methods, Ted Heuer builds a wall clock suitable for any lover of the high seas.

  • Turn a Segmented Stave Bowl: Gary Miller explores a different take on stave construction, to beautiful effect.

  • Clean and Efficient Turning Station: A purpose-built turning station eases clean-up and organization, by Dean Humphrey.

  • Dolls for Play and Healing: Creatively turned and embellished dolls bring fun to children’s play and meaning in therapy, by Ernie Newman.

  • Working With the Wood: The story of a turned hollow form offers valuable lessons, Terry Martin.

  • What Else Can a Spindle Be? The Playful Creativity of Michael Hosaluk: The remarkable history and unabashed aesthetic of a beloved woodturning artist, by Betty J. Scarpino.
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