Popular Woodturning

Popular Woodturning

Season 3 Episode 2: Necklace and Jewelry Holder

Tim tries his hand at turning a necklace and jewelry holder. This one is special in that it has a hidden rotating hinge… enabling the top to spin to make necklace selection easier. Remember “you can’t learn from perfect” so that is why you are watching Tim.

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Woodturning projects and turning tips with Tim Yoder

Tim Yoder, who starred in the Emmy Award-winning show “Woodturning Workshop” on PBS, is now teaming up with Popular Woodworking Magazine on an all-new turning show.

Sponsored by Popular Woodworking Magazine, Woodturning with Tim Yoder features the well-known PBS star. In each 30-minute episode, Tim takes you through the process of making beautiful woodturning projects, from wine stoppers and duck calls to platters and bowls. Along the way, you’ll learn Tim’s favorite turning tips as only he can tell them, and you’ll see reviews of the latest woodturning tools, lathes, chucks and accessories to help you grow your kit. Need help choosing woodturning supplies and wood for turning? Tim has advice for all of it!

Whether you’re an experienced woodturner who wants to improve or you’re new to the hobby and simply want to learn how to turn wood, Woodturning with Tim Yoder is a show you’ll want to watch. Subscribe to our YouTube channel here and get emailed every time we upload a new video.

Each new episode is available free through the embedded link above, so be sure to bookmark this page and come back frequently for more! All older episodes will be available on our ShopClass streaming video site and shopwoodworking.com. All Season Three episodes will be available on the Woodturning with Tim Yoder site at wtwtim.com.