American Woodturner 36 issue 2

American Woodturner 36 issue 2
April 2021
  • Make a Steam Punk Pen - Learn to cast almost anything in a pen blank and go from pen turning to pen making, by Mark Dreyer.

  • An Accurate Bowl-Depth Gauge - Have you hollowed that bowl deep enough? Michael Pinto shows how to know for sure.

  • Turn a Wooden Tea Strainer - Make this functional kitchen item—and the perfect cup of tea, by Beth Ireland.

  • Harvest Table Commission With Split-Turned Legs - Stephen Hogbin shares professional insights while describing a special woodworking commission.

  • Embedding Objects in a Porthole Bowl - Special items grace the rim of a bowl or hollow form, by Cody Walker.

  • Make a Tumbling Bowl - Peter M. Smith shares the secret to creating an M.C. Escher-like optical illusion in wood.

  • The Art of Repurposing: Inspiration from a Chapter Challenge - Jerry Johnson shares examples of how unexpected items found their way to the materials list.

  • Breaking Boundaries and Removing Limitations: The 2020 Virtual WIT eXchange - Women in Turning’s 2020 collaborative event went virtual but was no less inspiring, by Marie Anderson and Linda Ferber.

  • Of Water and Wood: The Inspired Work of Mike Lee - The ocean-inspired work of Hawaiian wood artist Mike Lee, by Sharon Doughtie.

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