Woodturning



Above, some pieces by our editor...

Meet Shanti Yard...

We met Shanti and his family at the Festival In The Park in Spearfish, SD in mid July. He turns large objects - bowls, vessels, platters - usually from burl that was harvested in his native Appalachian Mountains, in Southwest Virginia. You can see some of his work on his website, but a two-dimensional visit doesn't do it justice. There is a show schedule on the site: this year, he worked venues in Florida, Georgia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Idaho, Colorado and Wyoming.


Turning news

Environmentally Responsible Exotics
Student Woodturning Awards
Powermatic Lathe Tailstock Swingaway
Woodturning Symposium Scheduled for September
A No-Sharpening Parting Tool
Pin Or Pinless Moisture Meter?
New Turning Blanks Added
Are You Sanding Finishes On Curves?
General International's newest maxi lathe


Here you can visit some turners whom Woodezine has featured in the past:

Click here to visit our friend Sam Angelo, the Wyoming Woodturner, on YouTube

And here's a trick for sanding the insides of vessels...


John has been an Easy Wood Tools certified trainer since March 2013 and highly endorses
the system, especially for schools and new turners. It's safer, easier to learn and requires no sharpening.
(Here's a link to John's turning page.)



He also has written several articles over the years for the AAW magazine...



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