Monthly Archives: April 2016

Another Travel Mug

My first turning for three weeks, saw me turn another shell for a travel mug. This one is ash, from Blairgowrie in Perthshire. The branch had a small amount of rot, where side branches had been. This was filled with … Continue reading

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No turning again

Spring is in the air, so the spring clean and de-clutter has begun. We decided to be brutal, and get rid of everything we don’t use regularly. We have a cupboard around the size of a prison cell, which was … Continue reading

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I Present the iFock

We have a thing in the family where off-brand items are given the name of the brand item, but with an ‘F’ in front for fake. So you have Forn Flakes, Faked Beans, Fairy Milk, and so on. This is … Continue reading

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Better Than a Wooden Pringles Tube

There is a current trend within the Woodchuckers Facebook group for turning passive speakers for smartphones. I made my attempt yesterday. This is my version. Timber is ash for the horn, beech for the base, and oak for the phone … Continue reading

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