Leather Strip Jaw Cushion
Reproduction Antique Smoke Stand
Penmaking: Laser Cut Kits
Turning a Rosette
Beginner’s Corner: Beginner’s Objectives
Special Feature: Shavings
One-Legged Garden Stool
Making Split Turnings
Make Your Own Pyrography Pen and Tips
Turning in a New Direction
Product Review: JT Turning Tools Vacuum System
Tip-Top the Clown
A Churchy Thing
Behind the Scenes: American Association of Woodturners
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On the Cover: The cover is a bit unusual in that it is a piece which is comprised of multiple vessels. Miniature vessels are hard to make and get the proportions correct, but I’m sure you would agree that Jim Syvertsen has hit the nail on the head—multiple times! The vessels are made from various burls and nine of the eleven displayed are actually made from scrap. I’m sure we all have those small bits lying around that we just can’t throw away—hopefully, Jim’s work will inspire you to do something with them!
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