thedaileygrind — Woodturning Influences


The story of Dave and my summer of turning, day 3

  I realize by just posting pictures and descriptions of something that I’ve made probably isn’t as exciting for you as it is for me. So I’m going to try to add little stories to keep you coming back. The story of Dave My earliest recollection of wanting to work with wood is from the …

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My views on the Totally Turning symposium 2013

  I got back from the Totally Turning symposium late last night. This is the second year that I have attended this symposium. Totally Turning takes place in Saratoga Springs, New York and is a really good mid-sized woodturning symposium.  The symposium takes place at the Saratoga Springs City Center (their name for the convention center) and …

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Kim and the Skew

      I watched a woodturning demo a while ago by Al Mather.  He happens to be a friend from Princeton, Maine.  Al was demonstrating how to properly use the skew.  For those that don’t know, the skew is probably the most feared tool in woodturning.  We all make mistakes (catches) from time to time while we …

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Congratulations to John Jordan

  Cover of American Woodturner June 2012   I received my June 2012 copy of American Woodturner in the mail today and was very pleased to find out that John Jordan is the latest woodturner to receive a honorary lifetime member award from the American Association of Woodturners (AAW). There isn’t another woodturner out there that …

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