Spring President’s Challenge
This is a friendly reminder that we will be making Bravery Bead Bowls due at the May Salon on the 9th of May
We will have a small gift for every entry, as well as prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd as chosen by our Salon Judge. He will be one busy guy that night!
Please see the guidelines for instructions – although it is up to your imagination, a similar task as our wig stands.
All Day Humber Demonstration
Sunday April 28th Kai Muenzer from Alberta
will be presenting and demonstrating
Fine Art WoodTurning
More examples may be seen on his web-site
This event is FREE to those WGO members that did NOT attend the fall Humber event
To book your place please contact John Buccioni
Next General Meeting:
May 9th 2019
Next Skills Night meeting:April 25th 2019
We will be going back to the basics and turning beads, coves and V grooves. Please take some time to practice before the meeting and view the following videos:
Stuart Batty – Beads and Coves (uses a spindle gouge)
John Lucas – Turning a cove: (uses a parting tool, spindle gouge, skew chisel, scraper)
Ron Brown – Beads and coves using a spindle gouge
Bob Paros – Making a beading tool from a spindle gouge that's become too short to sharpen in a jig
Safety rules will be rigorously enforced.
Send ideas for this or any future skills night to: Richard
Click on "Techniques" for all skills night projects
turningtool.co.uk now hosted by WGO.ca
This site was built by Brian Clifford over many years and features many articles, plans and videos that are of interest to novice and advanced woodturners alike. Brian has decided to retire and was going to allow the site to lapse; however, the WGO has agreed to host it on his behalf to ensure this great resource continues to be available. Please have browse and enjoy it here
General 160-2 lathe for sale
Apr. 4 2019
Newlove Estate Items for Sale
Articles on Dust Control
For Sale: Dust Collector Parts
WGO on Instagram
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Bob Rollings Lathe Psalm
Jan. 18, 2018
Society of Canadian Woodworkers
Web site for the SCW
Web site includes a chat forum.
Ongoing project. Plans (here) Make one or a dozen. . .Read More...
Robin has graciously supplied instructions which can be found here