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Wooden Whistles For A Wassailing

Wooden Whistles For A Wassailing

Here was a real fun project that I originally did for the AWA Christmas Toy Drive. I had so much fun making them that I went on to make a total of 16 of them to give away as Christmas gifts for friends and family! Once I got going each one took about 30 minutes […]

A Few Turned Christmas Ornaments

Taking a few tips from Don Moore’s presentation at the last Nova Woodturners Guild meeting I turned a few small Christmas ornaments. They proved to be quite fun and definitely great spindle turning practice. From left to right the first one is about 5″ long and made from Jatoba. The second one is only 3″ […]

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Lumberjocks Winter Contest 2009

Here we go again! It’s another chance to show your woodworking buddies what a fine craftsman that you really are! Lumberjocks, the #1 online social network for woodworkers, has just announced the Winter 2009 edition of the LumberJocks Woodworking Awards. This is a chance to showcase your latest woodworking projects and vie for the title […]

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It’s Toy Time At The AWA!

This month’s meeting of the Atlantic Woodworkers’ Association was the annual toy drive and Christmas party. It was held at our local Lee Valley location and as always proved to be one of the most popular meetings of the year. The meeting began a bit earlier that normal in order to include all the festivities […]

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The Three Bun Bell Box

This was a fun attempt at my first lidded box or bowl. I call it The Three Bun Bell Box because it has three small turned bun feet and it reminds me of a bell that at one time would have resided on a hotel desk. It is made of Ash and is about 4 […]

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