This is the Lathe Turnings category of information.
This woodworkers list of woodworking plans features a collection of construction projects for building various projects for your home or cottage that any moderately skilled do-it-yourselfer can build. The woodworking information found on these sites range in quantity and quality. Please contact individual web sites if you have questions about those woodworking projects.
Darts Learn how to turn your own set of darts. Perfect for someone who loves to play the game.... WoodLogger (free plans)
Baby Rattle Follow along and learn how to turn a babys rattle on a pole lathe. Lots of pics of the step-by-step process.... WoodworkersInstitute (free plans)
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Angel Wings I am not really sure what to call these figures. They are not really winged or natural edged bowls because there is not enough bowl inches in the center.
Balls - Wood Spheres My first shot at turning a Sphere on the Lathe was time consuming but it all turned out well in the end, just a matter of checking and rechecking everything and doing it often!! I spent a lot of time drawing everything out before putting tool to wood, I hope this all helps.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Robert Hoppe | Fix Link?
Bernson Showcase Vase By Bruce Bernson - A test-tube insert enables this beauty to hold fresh-cut flowers.
Bottle Stopper, Turned When I first came across the Premium All-Chrome Berea stopper base, my first reaction was not so good. And that is the reason for this hybrid turning instruction...to effectively hide the humps and make a more pleasing transition.
Bottle, Building a Segmented A few people have asked me to show step by step how I do segmented turnings. So here it is. This project is a segmented bottle with 2 segmented rings and a staved neck added to a hollow form.
Box, Simple - turned on a lathe Turning boxes can be a source of considerable satisfaction not least because they require a certain degree of skill. There is the challenge of creating a satisfactory design, making a well fitting lid, and finishing the box to the level required for an object which is likely to be treasured by its owner for many years. Small boxes can be used for keeping many things: stamps, pills, paper clips, buttons, as well as rings, and other small pieces of jewelry, in short any of those small items which we all seem to accumulate.
Boxes, Lidded Turned End Grain by Michael Stafford - Turning an end grain lidded box differs primarily in the way the wood is oriented on the lathe and the tools that are used. Whereas the ring boxes previously described were turned in the face plate orientation, end grain lidded boxes are ...