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  1. This is the care package that I made up for my classmate friend. I hope this puts a smile on her face and some bounce in her step. This was fun for me. Rolling pin made of scraps of cherry and pear. Writing pens, one of pine, one of pear, and one of mahogany. The ornament is mahogany. Those of you with a Shopsmith, show us what you have. Looking forward to seeing your posts of "made on a Shopsmith" real soon.
  2. It's been computer madness here so far this week! I think I need a vacation!!! Our Patriot Turners- @AndrewB used a glued up poplar blank for a pepper grinder. Looks really nice. He shows us some progression shots in this post- Andrew has found a new source for turning blanks. He gives us the low down in this post- @RustyFN gave us an update on the platter he started last week- Check Rusty's post for additional pictures and the start to finish thread- Rusty has also been busy with his
  3. An old classmate contacted me a couple months ago. She said she was about to die and that was heart wrenching. We caught up on other classmates and it was depressing to know that over half our class has expired. So, I am making a care package for her and I will post pictures of the contents later on another thread. But, the one I finished turning today, I wanted to show. Yes, it was totally made on my Shopsmith. I did learn a lesson which I may not remember tomorrow, but each stick needs to be as close as possible to the same size. Otherwise you will have problems. Here are a couple of
  4. Made some special ornaments on stands for my siblings. They are inside out ornaments with little glass bead angles in the windows. Ornaments and stands are made with old growth Douglas Fir.
  5. Had a request for an ornament with a cross showing on it. Decided to make two at the same time and glued up a blank. Here it is with the two crosses drawn on it. I turned the area with the cross down to where it was just round all the way around. I was able to achieve some nice crisp edges with the East Wood Ci1 Square cutter. Since it is turned just round anything I take off from here will open the window. I want a 1/4" opening for the uptight so I have to reduce the diameter 1/8" remembering that whatever is remov
  6. I was reorganizing some storage in the basement and ran across some pieces of copper pipe and the light bulb in my head lit up. Could I just use a piece as an insert in a vase. The answer is, yes I can. I cut a piece and put it on the lathe and polished it up, made a plug for the bottom and used a piece of plastic counter top to make a bushing/spacer for the top and polished it. This is a much better idea since it can be cut to the length of the wood on hand and no searching for and altering vases to fit. Any tubing can be used such as copper, brass, aluminum and stainless steel.
  7. I cruised the after Christmas sales last year and bought some one inch glass bulbs for future use. I have been making some inside out ornaments with them in between cutting grass cutting and other Summer chores. Here is a sample of them.
  8. Getting started I like to use a piece of straight grained wood wide enough that it can be cut in two square pieces and long enough to cut it in half and for the length of the vase. It takes four same size pieces to glue up a blank. Pick up the pieces and mark the ends. This is how the pieces will be oriented for the final turn. For the first turn twist the pieces so the inside corners face to the outside corners and glue them together. It takes just a small amount of glue on the very ends. Remember these pieces will have to be pried apart a
  9. This is about some inside out ornaments I did a few years ago. The initial glue up is simple with 4 perfectly square strips only glued at the ends with hot glue or taped (a risky procedure) because you will need to get these apart without damage. This is the reglue (TB II) after the first turning. You must be very careful to align the cut out so that it will be even. This best way to drill the ends for finial and hanger cap. This is how to drill if you forget till after turning or is hole is wrong. Mount of the reglued blank Turned round and marked fo
  10. I made this ornament today and liked the method so well that I am planning another one soon. That is Curly Maple and Padauk
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