Here is some information we hope you will find useful about our club meetings and demonstrations, where to find recordings in the Facebook group, some limitations we face as a club as well as tips on overcoming connection issues at your end.
It only seemed right to have a slightly spooky challenge for our members in our first October together . . .
This month, WT360 members were challenged with Getting Round with a Bowl and ‘Mixed-Up’ Challenges. There is a fine selection of work here from our members – Read on to see the slideshow.
This month, members were challenged with experimenting with texture and turning a flatter platter – that’s all the information there were given! Have a look at the slideshow to see how they did!
For the July challenges, WT360 members were tasked with their first cryptic piece and an easy piece – Honey Dippers and ‘A Taste of Asia’.
Here’s my offering for the July club challenges. The Japanese Tea Bowl is 4×2.5″beech wood with a black gesso base with Jo Sonja Irridescent Paints over the top, finished with a few coats of Hampshire Sheen Clear Gloss Lacquer. The inside was
Members of the brand new Woodturning360 Club had an easy start to their members challenges with Spinning Tops and YoYo’s. Here’s the slideshow of their work
What to wear when you’re turning? There are various things that are good to wear, and things that should be avoided. This article is an extension of the PPE as what you wear can have affect on woodturning safety. Comfort You may
Urgh! Insurance. Like it or loath it, it can save you a lot of money in an unfortunate incident. Here are some things worth thinking about, particularly if you are considering selling your work, demonstrating or teaching.
Everyone loves new toys, and buying a lathe can be a significant investment. Let’s take a simple look at lathes without getting too lost in the technical stuff.