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In issue 391 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy, beginning with our Guest Editor, Kurt Hertzog, who introduces the issue; takes a look inside the 2023 Southwest Association of Woodturners Symposium; and discusses turning in the Wild West with teacher and turner Keith Gotshall.
In Projects, Andy Coates turns a cremation urn that he wishes he didn’t have to make; Andrew Potocnik is commissioned to make a set of bowls; Mike Stafford makes a needlepoint caddy; Les Symonds creates a mini sculpture that portrays the speed of a cricket ball in full flight; Mark Palma turns a platter from a piece of waste wood; Sue Harker turns and decorates a vase with a rose design; Colwin Way creates a selection of avian friends, starting with a duck and her ducklings; and James Duxbury uses his homemade Dux Chuck to turn three centred bottle stoppers.
In our Techniques section, Phil Lenten discusses the issues involved with turning yew; and Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions.
In Features, Giovanni Venditti, the new operations manager for Drechselbedarf Schulte, tells us about a generational transition within the company; we review the revised edition of a classic turning book; Trefor Roberts, president of the National Association of Woodworkers, reveals the first-place winners from the Art of Wood competition; Richard Findley reports on a recent commission and his trip to the Irish Woodturners’ Guild seminar; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury contemplates the need for a modern, wider focus for woodturning.
Plus we have a sneak peek of our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 391!
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