Is That a New Hat?
But apparently there are limits to the number of wooden bowls a person can use or want or store. Whereas in the past when I’ve given my children a wooden bowl for a birthday or a holiday and their faces glowed with happiness, now their countenance seems to fall. I see the “Where in the world are we going to put THIS bowl?” thought cross their minds.
Yes, I believe it has gotten to the point that if I give one of my progeny one more wooden bowl this Christmas, I may be wearing it home on my head.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Parts of a Lathe
This video is part of a series introducing woodturning entitled The Way to Woodwork: Getting Started in Woodturning featuring Ernie Conover and Kimberly McNeelan. You can view the whole series as part of Woodworker’s Journal Premium Content. Subscribe to Woodworker’s Journal to gain access today!
Turning a Closed Form Bowl
Kip Christensen of the American Association of Woodturners gives his checklist for the ten things every woodturner needs to know to make clean cuts.
Highlighting natural features like bark and organic shapes, natural edge bowls are a fun way to expand your woodturning skills.