Category Archives: Turning

Quick Sugar Bowl

I had a glass sugar bowl that had a stainless steel spoon and lid.  Over time, the rim of the bowl got chipped and sharp so decided to get rid of the glass, but the lid and spoon looked like … Continue reading

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Lathe Tool Rack

This little project is aimed at reclaiming a bit of inefficiently used wall space near my lathe.  My old lathe tool racks hang on the wall and they are a bit of a space hog, because the tools are arranged … Continue reading

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Two More Bowls

Here are two more bowls that I made some time back and forgot to post. The first is made from some leftover white ash that I used in the making of my workbench.  I splurged on some 12/4 white ash … Continue reading

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Spalted Maple Vase

I turned this vase in August, 2011 and forgot to post it here.  Better late than never I suppose.  Not a whole lot to say about it.  I scraped the insides out with a Stewart System hollowing brace that I … Continue reading

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Walnut Bowl

I was asked to make a salad bowl out of solid walnut a very, very long time ago.  I lucked into a very nice piece of walnut that had been drying for several years, so I snapped it up.  Despite … Continue reading

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