Here’s a great 3 part series by Gary from Austin Creek Woodworks on how to make a seed-starter paper-pot maker. This is a really clever idea that would work well in craft fairs. Be sure to check out Austin Creek Woodworks website at http://www.austincreekwoodwks.com/
Here’s a very special treat. David Marks (Wood Works on DIY Network) shows how he turns a bowl. This video was produced by The Wood Whisperer showing the techniques David uses to create a natural edged burl bowl. This is a high quality video with a ton of great information. After you’re done, be sure to stop by David’s website where he has information on the classes he teaches. And be sure to stop by The Wood Whisperer’s website too for more great videos on the art of woodworking.
Here is a monster tutorial/demonstration on getting a mirror finish on a salad bowl. This is a 9 part series and all happens in real-time. Admittedly, a bit long. But has some good info.
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Here’s a nice demonstration by Philip Greenwood on how to turn an egg cup. There’s no sound, but you get a very nice view on him using the tools to turn this quick project.
Carl Jacobson (thewoodshop.tv) shows you how to turn a base for a woven basket. Very clever project that turned out beautiful.
Here’s a long 5 part series on turning a huge Salad Bowl. It will take you awhile to get through all the videos, but it is fun to see it come together in real-time.
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Here’s a neat video taken at a Renaissance Faire. The demonstrator turns a wooden bowl on a spring-pole lathe.
Here’s a quick video just in time for Easter. The video is short, no sound, and he doesn’t complete the egg cup, but it’s still fun to watch. Posted by YouTube member TheWoodturner100.
Here’s a thorough tutorial on making a simple segmented bowl. Parts are a bit hard to hear, but it has a lot of good info (and fun to watch). It is produced by the Northwest Indiana Woodworkers Association and demonstrated by Max Hernick.
This tutorial, Tony Barfoot inlays some wire into the rim of a turned bowl. This clever technique will add a touch of sparkle to your next bowl-turning project.