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Stand, Brush and Bowl (PDF) 
Featuring a crumb tray too. In this page I share with you a large collection of free scroll saw fretwork patterns. I have carefully scanned them and transformed them into pdf files. These patterns were published long ago in Hobbies fretwork magazine. They are offered here with permission of the present Copyright holders, Hobbies Limited. Project # 1631.
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Plate and Bowls - Wooden Place Setting 
Courtesy of Hands On, Nov/Dec 1980 - For most of us, it was our first woodworking project - turning a bowl on a lathe. But afterwards we went on to bigger and better things, and forgot about that simple bowl that once had us basking in the glory of our own accomplishment.
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Sanding Turning Nibs 
By Allen Neighbors - This is the easiest way I have found to sand off the nubs after I have finished the bottom of a bowl.
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Bowls, Carving Large 
These bowls are patterned after a traditional Scandinavian design and are sometimes called dough troughs. I make my bowls straight from the tree buy splitting a log and hollowing each half.
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Bowls, Routed 
This online video from Woodsmith issue 170, we show how to shape beautiful bowls with a router. The secret is a collet extension that allows the bit to reach the bottom of the blank.
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Jig, Faceplate Cutoff Fixture 
I turn almost all of my turnings glued to a faceplate. I usually part the turnings off the faceplate but I wanted to share a fixture that my friend Sonnie Sharrar uses to cut the faceplates off his bowls. The fixture in the photos is a bit different than Sonnie, but I tend to turn larger bowls and this fixture can handle them.
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Bowl, Turn a Wooden 
Each bowl begins as a section of a log, chain-sawn to rough shape and screwed onto the faceplate of my homemade lathe. Next they are turned using gouges and/or boring bars, and sanded smooth while still on the lathe.
Link Type: free plans | Link Source: Fred Williamson | Visit the category | Fix Link?

Lathe with Ballast Box and Trestle Legs 
About a month ago, I picked up a Jet 1642 EVS 1 1/2 HP lathe. Since I am primarily a bowl turner, I wanted to raise the lathe up to a more comfortable height. And while the Jet 1642 does weigh 435 lbs by itself, (IMHO) a ballast box for adding some weight would only improve its performance. Information is copyright of its respective owners.
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Bowl, Turn a 
While some say there are three stages to turning a bowl, for me there are four. Number one is getting the wood. If you go to the wood store it can be expensive in a hurry. While that may be okay for the occasional special piece, I like to start at the firewood pile.
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Bowl, Turn a  
You can go from block to bowl in one afternoon. It is best to begin with seasoned wood, green wood is likely to warp or crack without proper care.
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Bowl, Hyperbolic 
I did not know what a hyperbolic bowl was, so I asked the author, David Kassover, to send it to me. Interesting!
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Bowl, Globe 
This plan was the test piece for the AutoBowl function. It is mated with a 12 inch white globe to make a lamp...
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Bowl, Complex Curves II 
Diagram only with dimensional information. When I constructed Complex Curves for the What is Up section, I played fast and loose with some of the details of the plan and got an unexpected result. This plan is what I actually constructed.
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Bowl, 10 inch Mixing 
This bowl has simple straight sides angled out at about 45 degrees. This free woodworking plans and lathe turning woodworking projects page is courtesy of Segmented Turning web site.
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Bowl, Pedestal 
If you love wooden bowls, you will enjoy the accomplishment of designing and turning your own bowls on a wood lathe. It is relatively quick and easy to do once you get the hang of using the lathe and the specific tools required. This decorative wood pedestal bowl can be used for many purposes, such as a salad bowl, storing fruit, shells, etc. The dark, rich walnut wood pedestal and overall design will compliment other furniture and decorations wherever it is displayed in the home.
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Bowl, 11 inch inverted hemisphere 
This is a display or serving piece that is the foundation for the swirl bowl in my Gallery section [at this link]. This free woodworking plans and lathe turning woodworking projects page is courtesy of Segmented Turning web site.
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Bowl, Face Grain - with natural edge 
Not surprisingly, a natural edged bowl starts with a log. Here is a fairly dry piece of cherry, complete with a radial split along which I plan to cut, leaving me with two half logs to choose from for bowls.
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Bowl turning on the Shopsmith Lathe 
By Dick Gerard - As I tell my students, there are no right or wrong ways to turn. If you are happy with a particular tool making a particular cut or scrape, and if you are pleased with the end results, then that is the right inches way to do it.
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Bowl, Segmented - Making one 
This article describes the process I used to make this bowl. Information copyright of respective owners.
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Kitchen Spatulas 
I like to use a spatula in the kitchen. Wooden spoons are great for lifting things, but for general cooking they are poorly designed. Most spoon handles are simply turned dowels and uncomfortable to grip and use. A well made and carved spoon handle is a treat, but again the blade or usable portion is next to useless. It touches a minuscule portion of the bottom or sides of a bowl and does not really stir well. In a frying pan it is a disaster. Enter the spatula.
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