How’s that scrap pile in the corner of the shop coming along? Getting any smaller? Here’s one way to put some of your cherished chunks of thick stock to good use, producing casual gifts of irresistible appeal to young and old alike. Kids under ten can reassemble these puzzles in 30 seconds, grown-ups in only three or four minutes if they’re sharp.
The Georgia Association of Woodturner’s meets in our Seminar Room tonight at 6:30pm. They are open to visitors, so come by and check it out. Alan Batty will be demonstrating. Alan has a lifetime of turning experience, both as a teacher and a production turner steeped in the traditions of the English woodturning trade. Our […]
One of our favorite woodworkers is Roy Underhill of The Woodwright’s Shop on PBS. He’s been a guest at several of our sales and he’s taught classes here as well. He’s talented, entertaining and we like his style. I just discovered this week over on the Toolmonger blog that PBS has posted all of Season […]
The Georgia Association of Woodturner’s meets in our Seminar Room tonight at 6:30pm. They are open to visitors, so come by and check it out. Stuart Mortimer will be demonstrating. Stuart Mortimer has been turning since 1969. He is an award winning, internationally known woodturner with a wide knowledge in many aspects of turning. His […]