Tag: turning

More Tim Yoder Woodturning Videos for me!

January 21, 20150 Comments

Maybe the number one reason I’m so slow getting back into the shop and starting the first project of the year is because I’m too busy watching these great Tim Yoder Woodturning videos, specifically “Woodturning with Tim Yoder – Season 2, Episodes 7-12” I bought over at Shop Woodworking recently. This is the second set […]

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Bowls For Good 2014 Charity Event

November 26, 20141 Comment

There’s no doubt the holiday season is upon us. As I’m posting this article I’m only a couple of days away from posting links to some amazing “Black Friday” sales and deals, then a few days later it’ll be “Cyber Monday” and there’ll be even more! But before I post any of those, I wanted […]

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Weekend with WOOD 2013 – Brian Simmons

June 17, 20130 Comments

I make no bones about it…I’ve been very reluctant to pick up my turning tools for years now. I use to ask “WHY?” every time I saw the lathe in my shop and wondered whether I should just sell it or not? But I knew deep down that I wanted to get over my phobia […]

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My upcoming “Weekend with WOOD”

April 19, 20132 Comments

I’m a little less than a month away from heading to the offices of WOOD Magazine for the first ever “Weekend with WOOD” woodworking experience. WOOD Magazine was probably the first magazine dedicated to woodworking that I ever picked up from the newstand. It was the first one I purchased a subscription for and I […]

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Wood Talk Online No. 61

October 28, 20092 Comments

Download MP3 Questions or Comments?You can get a hold of us by either dropping us an email at woodtalkonline@gmail.com or you can pick up the phone and leave us a message on our voice mail at 623-242-2450. What’s on the Workbench? Marc – Just finished the Wall-Hanging Tool Chest for the Guild. Matt – installed […]

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Steve Shanesy’s “Turning Basics for Furniture Makers” DVD from Popular Woodworking

August 18, 20092 Comments

I’ve mentioned it to friends and family, one of my greatest fears in woodworking is turning. I’m not afraid of the tools or the lathe or the piles and piles of wood shavings all over the shop floor. But what I am afraid of is becoming as addicted to turning as I’ve heard other woodworkers […]

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