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2018: American Woodturner, Vol. 33, No 1

 

Features

  • A Pro's Guide to a Simple BowlFrom mounting a blank to the final cut, Glenn Lucas takes us through the steps to make an elegant bowl.

  • A Gallery-Quality Finish, Tom Wirsing shares his proven recipe for a satiny-smooth, soft-sheen finish. 

  • A Different Take on Bottle Stoppers, With limitless design options, Pete Blair shows how to create a low-profile, inexpensive, and oh-so-useful kitchen utensil. 

  • Turning Metal Accents, Looking beyond the log, Pat Miller turns soft-metal accents on a wood lathe.  

  • A Turning Theme Re-inspired by Nature,Probing the edges of creativity in a search for new direction and unconventional shapes, by Gerry Roche.

  • A Classy Espresso Tamper, Elevate your cup of joe with a custom-turned espresso tamper, suitable for even the finest barista, by Joe Larese.  
  • The Emerging Box, Guilio Marcolongo demonstrates how he creates this fascinating lidded box.
  • Explorations in Precious Metal Clay: A POP Felloship Grant in Action, Combining new materials and techniques with turned objects, by Jennifer Shirley. 
  • Gender Bend: Women in Wood, Men at the Loom,A turnabout of "traditional" roles--on exhibition at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, Massachusetts, by Tib Shaw.
  • Embracing Tradition: The Kokeshi of Lisa and Jacob Hodsdon, In a unique style that bridges two cultures, the Hodsdons' work honors their strong connections to the art form, by Jennifer E. McDowell. 
  • The Amazing Doll Series: Kokeshi-Inspired Collaborations, Working together to celebrate the connection and love among friends, by Cynthia Carden Gibson. 
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