By adding contrasting wood, in this case walnut and maple, you can turn a stunning bowl. Follow along at the link and see how it is done.
This turned wave platter started off as a piece of maple that was square at 12 x 12 x 2 inches. It is a great woodturning project using left over pieces from other projects.
The wood portion of this clock is made up of two circular rims, a base, column support and a top finial. A skeleton clock is a clock in which you can see all of the inner gears, wheels and springs inside the movement.
The captive rings can present a puzzle to those who do not know how they are created. These rings are loose yet remain captured by the work piece.
Follow along with the free instructions including lots of pictures and turn your own wooden scoops.
Follow along and learn how to turn a small lidded box. Perfect for small trinkets or treasures.
This wooden handle was turned for a measuring spoon. Follow along and see how it was done.
Turn this ring holder on your lathe. It would make a perfect gift. Follow along at the link to see the project completed.
At the link you will find videos as well as full instructions with pictures for turning a bottle stopper.
Here is a project for the woodturner, a tea light holder turned on the lathe. Follow along at the link.