• 5:49

    A spatula may not look like a typical lathe turning project but, in this case, it is. The lathe is used to shape the handle and add accents. We’ll show you, step by step, how to make a wooden spatula. Getting started Lay out the spatula shape. Mark out a line 4” from the end

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  • Making Picture Frames with Router
    2:14

    This might be the fastest, easiest way on earth to make a picture frame. And it’s especially handy for woodworkers who don’t like cutting miters. One set up on the router table and you’re ready to cut the rabbet that receives the glass, picture and backer board, AND cut the corner joint. Making picture frames

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  • Lathe Project - Make a Coffee Scoop
    20:25

    Any coffee lover will appreciate this project; a custom turned coffee scoop. The turning process is pretty straight forward, but there are some tricks in mounting the blank and fastening the scoop to the wooden handle. Decaf or regular, this scoop will help keep your coffee habit satisfied.

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  • Wooden Houdini Wine Bottle Holder
    2:32

    Spike Carlsen introduces a quick and simple woodworking project that you can make for your house or give as a gift. The Houdini wine bottle holder is a magical wine stand that is practically effortless to make. Spike teaches you how to craft this unique bottle holder in three easy steps, then you can sand

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  • Pen Turning Basics
    28:58

    Turning pens on the lathe is a project that’s fun and, with the right instruction, easy to do. In this woodturning project, George Vondriska provides information and demonstration about tool requirements and material selections for preparing your blanks for turning, mounting your blank on the lathe, techniques for turning on the lathe, sanding and finishing,

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