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Make a Tulipwood Salt Cellar

Next week on Woodturning with Tim Yoder, you’ll learn to make a salt cellar that features clever hidden hinges and a catch made from rare earth magnets. The project is made from a single blank of [...]

Turn a Roman Canteen

Tim offers a project that gives you a chance to practice rounding and hollowing in two dimensions. The project? A flask shaped like a Roman canteen that features a goncalo alves body with ebony [...]

Turn a Coffee Scoop

This time on Woodturning with Tim Yoder, you’ll learn how to make a two-piece coffee scoop that will look beautiful in your kitchen or in a gift basket for family or friends. Tim starts by laying [...]

Turning a Segmented Birdhouse

Need a quick project you can turn from some flat scraps of dimensioned lumber? This birdhouse is the answer. As Tim Yoder shows you in this week’s episode of Popular Woodturning, it’s easy to [...]

A Twice-turned Bowl from Green Wood

This week on Woodturning with Tim Yoder, Tim demonstrates his two-stage process for turning a black walnut bowl from a chunk of green wood. Green wood is a pleasure to turn because the fibers cut [...]

How to Make Wood Pendants on the Lathe

This week on Popular Woodturning, host Tim Yoder shows you how to turn beautiful figured-maple pendants and then dye them in a 5-step process to create unique jewelry. Tim says his friend and [...]

Turn a Votive Candle Holder

On this week’s show, Tim Yoder shows you how to make an attractive votive candle holder out of Brazilian bloodwood. Like all our Tim Yoder episodes, this video will be available free for 8 weeks. [...]

Episode 2 – Purpleheart Doorstops

This week on Woodturning with Tim Yoder, you get to share in the excitement as Tim welcomes a new lathe to his shop! As he sets up the machine, Tim discusses what to look for when you’re in the [...]

Working in the Round

As we continue to explore customized storage solutions from the workshop, a fun way to make an interesting container is to turn one. If you have (or have access to) a lathe and a little bit of [...]

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