Woodturning, Scrolling, and Carving
Learn more about the specialty branches of woodworking: woodturning, scrollsawing, and carving. We talk lathes and turning tools; scrollsaws, blades, and patterns; and carving knives, gouges, and chisels.
Interested in spindle turning? Then come along and discover the keys to effectively sharpening and using the indispensable skew chisel.
Want to turn a bowl? You’ll need a bowl gouge to shape both the interior and exterior. We’ll show you how to sharpen and use this versatile tool for roughing and finishing cuts.
Turning this essential kitchen item demonstrates the differences in turning spindles and bowls.
I have a friend who has some mule deer antlers that he wants me to turn to make pens. Are there any secrets for doing this?
As the long spindle I was turning became narrower, it began vibrating with a whipping motion. How do I eliminate the vibration?
Learn how to turn a three legged stool. WOOD magazine's Brian Simmons takes you through the st