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American Woodturner 36 issue 1
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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