New and Hot - May 2017

New from Woodcraft

Koozie Kits

Woodcraft is now selling a koozie kit. With this kit you will be able to make a custom beverage holder which will hold either a 12 oz. or 16 oz. bottled or canned beverage. The kit contains one cup ring and one koozie. You will need to provide a turning blank sized at 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" x 6".

The koozie kits come in brown, blue and red.

The list price is $6.99

For more information or to purchase use the links below:


New from Rick Brantley

Brass Threaded Inserts

If you are turning urns, you may want to offer a threaded lid so that they can be opened and then easily closed afterwards. When woodturner Rick Brantley couldn't find anything in the marketplace for this purpose, he decided to make them himself.

The threaded lids are two-part, solid brass. They are available in a short or tall version and Rick has recently added a new version with seven screw holes to mount the base.

brass threaded inserts

List prices start at $35.00.

For more information or to order, click here


New from Flute Master

Stop Block Enhancement

Flute Master has just released an enhancement to their stop blocks. The purpose of this new product is to overcome the necessity of holding the bottom aluminum bar in place while tightening the thumb screw.

The improvement is a plastic insert you cut to the width between the lathe ways, and fastened to the bottom bar. The bottom bar passes through an opening in the plastic insert and is held in place with a lock nut.

The plastic bar prevents the bottom bar from rotating as the stop block is put in place. The plastic bar is 2 3/8 inches long to fit the largest lathes, and should be shortened to fit a smaller lathe.

The difference in this stop block and the original is the blue insert shown in the photo. To convert your present stop blocks, insert the lower 3/4" x 1/4" aluminum bar through the insert and thread the all-thread bolt into the lock nut on the bottom. Use your same top 3/4" x 1/4" aluminum bar and thumb screw.

Tip: Cut the blue insert to fit snugly between the ways of your lathe bed. You may want to cut the length of the lower aluminum bar to fit between the brackets that fasten to the ways of the lathe bed.

Inserts can also be used on index wheel pin holders, and Spiral Master idler bases.

This improvement is not yet available on their web site. They are making a special offer at this time at 1/2 the expected list price.

To get your early 1/2 -price stop block enhancement, which includes a pair of inserts and lock nuts, send an e-mail order to

The cost is $5.00 per pair of inserts and lock nuts.

You can also order by mailing a $5.00 check to:

Dick Webber
6801 Broadway Ext.,
Suite 120
Oklahoma City, OK 73116

For more information or to order, click here


New from Berea

Survival Ballpoint Pen

This new ballpoint pen kit packs a lot of functions into a compact package.This new Survival pen has three main components: a ball point pen, a fire starter and a glass breaker. The cap finial functions as a decorative cap and also contains a carbide glass breaker. The body finial also functions as a decorative end and contains a flint fire rod. The uniquely designed clip also functions as a striking plate. The glass breaker works on tempered glass on side windows.

The list price of the kit is $19.95.

For more information or to order, click here


New from Jo Schwartz

Woodburning Realistic People: Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Perfect Portraits of People

More and more people are embellishing their turnings with woodburning (pyrography). In this brand-new book, Jo Schwartz shows us how to turn a photograph of a loved one into a realistic pattern that you can use on wood.

Jo shows how to use shading techniques to render the human face with detail and beauty. She provides expert tips for burning life-like skin tones and facial features.

The list price of the book is only $10.99.

For more information or to order, click here


New from Lee Valley

Pocket Duct Tape

Over the years, most of us have taken advantage of the "fix anything" values of duct tape. And most of us probably have a large bulky roll of it somewhere in the shop. But now you can buy duct tape in flat, compact five-yard packages. These are designed so that they are portable and you can throw one into the car, your hiking pack, your tool box, or even your back pocket.

The packages come in five colors:

  • Black (A, above)
  • Green (B, above)
  • Orange (C, above)
  • Silver (D, above--what I prefer to call "Original")
  • Yellow (E, above)

The list price is $3.50 and they are available from our Canadian friends, Lee Valley.

For more information or to order, click here


New and Hot - April 2017

New from Imaginlay

Mother of Pearl and Crystal Calcite Inlay

Scott Grove, founder of Imaginlay, has released affordable mother-of-pearl and crystal calcite inlays.

Imaginlay’s are translucent; they give greater visual depth and dimension to any inlay. And unlike some mother-of-pearl sold in the market today, Imaginlay’s is all natural, made from baked abalone and/or oyster shell.

Mother-of-pearl and crystal calcite are versatile, natural materials used to create many types of inlay for all woodworking and wood turning projects. These can be used as is, or dyed to emulate a variety of luxurious gem stones such as sapphire blue, ruby red, emerald green and more. They can also be mixed into other inlay materials to create a shimmering lustrous chatoyance effect. Mother-of-pearl adds iridescent, colorful gleam to any inlay design; it comes from the inner layer of the shell of some oysters and abalones.
Imaginlay’s mother-of-pearl is baked, which weakens the scleroprotein matrix that binds the calcium carbonate plates and columns together. The crushing process yields reflective material that goes with the grain instead of matte-like cross-grain flakes, which maximizes iridescence. Baked shell flakes are much softer than unbaked, and can be easily re-crushed and screened to finer sizes. In fact, the flakes are soft enough to be smeared to a fine but still iridescent powder between thumb and finger.

On the Mohs Hardness Scale, both mother-of-pearl and calcite have a hardness of 3.5 and are easily sanded using silicon carbine (carborundum) or aluminum oxide (corundum) sand paper, which has a hardness of 9.0. It is durable and provides an excellent surface to polish and/or finish.

The Mother of Pearl inlay is available in both fine and flake varities or in a combination set of both types.


The Crystal Calcite inlay is available in both fine and coarse varities or in a combination set of both types.

Price list:

Mother of Pearl Fine - one ounce: $12.95. Click here for more info or to purchase.
Mother of Pearl Flake - one ounce: $12.95. Click here for more info or to purchase.

Mother of Pearl Combo - one of each: $24.95. Click here for more info or to purchase.

Crystal Calcite Fine - three ounces: $19.95. Click here for more info or to purchase.
Crystal Calcite Coarse - three ounces: $19.95. Click here for more info or to purchase.

Crystal Calcite Combo - one of each: $34.95. Click here for more info or to purchase.


New from The Wood Database

Worldwide Woods, Ranked by Hardness Poster

Eric Meier, the creator of The Wood Database (online and and hardcopy formats) has just released a new wood poster titled "Worldwide Woods, Ranked by Hardness."

The poster shows a wide variety of hardwoods and softwoods from around the world, ranked by hardness. The poster is divided into eight worldwide regions: North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Pacific Islands, and Australia. Each region features a numerical listing of woods ranked by hardness using the Janka hardness value (lbf). It includes over 500 species, which is even more than there are in the "wood" book. It measures 24" wide (61 cm) by 36" tall (91 cm). This poster would be great on the wall of any wood enthusiast! The list is $29.99.

To watch a video about the poster, click here.


For more information or to order, click here


New from Berea Hardwoods

Fireman Pens

This Fireman's Ballpoint Pen Kit was designed by Berea Hardwoods to honor and remember Firefighters and First Responders and their bravery and commitment to keeping the community safe. The pen kit is Chrome and Gunmetal, uses a single pen tube (a bit thicker than the standard 10mm brass tube), and uses a Parker-style refill.

The pen features a fire ax for the pen clip and the barrel is engraved with the image of a fire truck.

The list price for the Fireman's Pen Kit is: $19.95

For more information or to order, click here.

In addition, Berea Hardwoods is distributing two inlay kits that fit the Fireman Pen Kit.

The first inlay kit has a set of flames (like they used to paint on the side of cars) on it.

The list price for the Flames inlay kit is: $19.95

For more information or to order, click here.


The second inlay kit has the Fire / Rescue logo on it.

The list price for the Fire / Rescue inlay kit is: $24.95

For more information or to order, click here.


New from Woodturners Wonders

Mega Square CBN Wheel

Woodturners Wonders has announced the new Mega Square CBN wheel. This wheel is for customers who are not concerned about having a radius edge--it offers more flat area on both the surface and sides than any of their other wheels. The wheel edge is covered with CBN material and is a full 1.5 inches wide. The side faces are a full 1-inch of CBN material!

Because they use 6061 aluminum, this beast of a wheel only weighs in at 4 lbs, 10 oz. The stone wheels that come with most grinders weigh 3 lbs, 7 oz--so this wheel, while being massive, only weighs about one pound more.

They presently stock these wheels in 80, 180, 220, and 350 grits only.

The list price is $250 but is on sale now for $169.95.

You can also buy a pair at a special price of $319.95.

For more information or to order, click here


New from Monarch Industrial

Band Saw Tension Gauge

Wood turners will often cut turning blanks on a band saw prior to mounting them on a lathe. The two most common questions that I hear about the bandsaw are: which blade do I use and how do I accurately set the blade tension?

Monarch Industrial hopes to help with the second question with the release of their new product, the Monarch Tension Gauge.

This gauge can help you to dial in the perfect band saw tension. That will help your band saw run the best that it can.

The new web page for this product has several videos introducing the product and showing how to use it. There is also a user guide which includes a chart showing the proper tension of blades based on their size.

The list price of the product is $79.95.

For more information or to order, click here


New from Lee Valley

Set of Three Carbide-Tipped Turning Tools

It seems like lots of people have jumped on the carbide-tipped turning tools bandwagon. The latest, Lee Valley of Canada, is offering a set of three of these scrapers in an 11-inch long tool format. The three tips are:

  • a radiused, 7/16 inch square tip for roughing
  • a 1/2 inch round tip for shaping, some limited hollowing, and smoothing cuts
  • a double-ended 1 1/8 inch diamond shape for cutting narrow beads and coves

One of the nice features of this set is that you get a set of three replacement tips.

So, if you're in the market for a set of carbide-tipped scrapers, check out this set.

The list price of the set is: $119.

For more information or to order, click here


New and Hot - March 2017

New from Carter Products

The AXE: New Carbide Turning Tools

Carter Products has just released The AXE™,  their very first set of turning hand tools. The tools are carbide-tipped scrapers with full-sized wood handles.

Three tools are available: a square tip, a round tip, and a diamond tip.

The tools underwent a year-long design cycle to create what many would call "the next generation" of carbide-tipped tools. These tools are very feature rich:

  • diamond carbide cutters that are easy to change
  • full-sized, hard maple, ergonomic, axe-shaped wood handle
  • stainless steel shafts that won't rust
  • color coded ferrules to make it easier to grab the right tool
  • inexpensive compared to the competition
  • made in the USA

The tools are available today from most of the US popular retailers: Packard Woodworks, Craft Supply, Woodcraft and Rockler. Carter Products are also well represented internationally. The list price for each tool is $99.95.

See the Product Review in the March issue of More Woodturning Magazine.

For more information or to order, click here


New from Saburrtooth

New Concave Cutter with 1/8 Inch Shank

Saburrtooth has just released a new cutter with a curved cylinder shape.This concave cutter is perfect for power carving tight curves like spindles, for taking corners off when doing twists, and for rounding over inside corners.

This cutter is 3/8 inch in diameter and its head length is 1/2 inch. It comes with a regular or safe end and a 1/8 inch shank to fit into your power carver.

The cutter is available in two grits: coarse (green) and fine (yellow).

List price: $17.06

For more information or to order, click here


New from Woodturners Wonders

Spot On Double Stop Caliper from Woodturners Wonders

Woodturners Wonders has just released a new, innovative 12-inch caliper called the Spot On Double Stop Caliper. They will help you with thickness measurements and tenon sizing so you get it right every time. The special design of this tool puts another adjustment wheel in between the legs as well as one on the outside of the legs.


You can have a stop closing and you can have a stop opening. This means if you have a bowl with a rim, you can open the outside to pass over the rim while setting the inside to measure the desired bowl wall thickness. Simply squeeze the sides up to the inner stop to use your caliper as a feeler on the bowl thickness.

Want to set a tenon for your chuck? Easy. Simply set the opening and bring the two stops together to lock in the width – it won't move in or out.

This tool can provide a whole new level of accuracy to your turning.

List Price: $29.95 - On Sale for a Limited Time at $19.95

For more information or to order, click here


New from Rubber Chucky

Vacuum Cone Sets

Due to customer demand, Rubber Chucky has just released two new sizes of their vacuum cone chucks. In addition to the existing, standard-sized vacuum cone chuck, you can now get a Large Chucky Vacuum Cone and a Micro Chucky Vacuum Cone set.

The Large Chucky Vacuum Cone has a 4-inch diameter cone that reduces in size to 2 inches. It is offered in 1" x 8 TPI, 1 1/4" x 8 TPI and M33 - 3.5 TPI spindle sizes.

The introductory price is $39.95. 

For more information or to order, click here.


The Micro Chucky Vacuum Cone set consists of two micro vacuum cones and a Morse Taper #2 (MT2) arbor. This size vacuum cone is great to use for small boxes, birdhouses, ornaments and more.

The introductory price is $34.95. 

For more information or to order, click here.


New from Jet

1836 Drum Sander

Jet has just released the newly designed 1836 Drum Sander with the following features:

  • The 1.75 horsepower motor delivers plenty of power to handle just about any sanding task.
  • The innovative tool-less parallelism system keeps adjustments simple. The worktable is easily positioned by a turn of the parallelism dial.
  • The variable-speed rate permits you to choose the optimal feed rate for a full range of projects, while the Sandsmart™ feature continuously monitors the load on the drum motor to prevent an overload situation. (Editors Note: The Sandsmart feature sounds like it would be very welcome since my previous edition model would overload if the motor got hot from sanding with too big a bite.)
  • The mirrored design of the dust hood optimizes dust collection preventing chips and dust from getting between your work-piece and the finish. The 4-inch dust collection port makes small work out of the chips and dust.

List Price: $1339.00

For more information or to order, click here


New from Penn State Industries

Revolver Pen Kit

Penn State Industries has just introduced a new pen kit that looks, acts and feels like a revolver.

When you press the click mechanism the pen tip extends, the trigger clip moves up and the 6-barrel cylinder rotates to replicate you loading the gun. Then, when you pull the hairpin trigger pen clip the tip retracts while the 6-barrel cylinder quickly spins to replicate you firing the gun. Right above the cylinder you'll find a black metal grip that mimics a revolver handle. And the bullet cartridge pen tip represents your favorite .38 Special or .357 Magnum bullet. The mechanism, just like the gun, is durable and reliable and includes a Parker style refill.

You can watch a short YouTube video on how it works, just click here.

This is the perfect gift for any gun aficionado.

The revolver pen kit is priced at $22.95 to $24.95 (depending on the finish). There is also a four pen kit starter set for $79.85.

For more information or to order, click here


New from Popular Woodworking

Woodturning Techniques--Furniture and Cabinet Making

Popular Woodworking has just re-issued a book by Mike Dunbar, originally published as Woodturning for Cabinetmakers in 1990. The new title is Woodturning Techniques with the subtitle "Furniture & Cabinetmaking." (This is not to be confused with Mike Darlow's Woodturning Techniques published in 2001).

While the cover photo is slightly different, the content is the same as the original edition, including the black and white photographs. 

The original is now out of print, but is still available on the used book market. If you don't have a copy of the original edition and/or want a new book, it is available now for $29.99. See book description below:

"Woodturning is a subject many furniture makers shy away from, opting for factory-turned furniture parts. But investing in a lathe and a modest collection of turning tools can open up a wide array of options. Turned legs, spindles, rails, knobs and pulls adorn such classic furniture styles as Sheraton, Chippendale and Shaker. Learning to turn your own furniture elements gives you the keys to the kingdom when it comes to period style--and it's not as difficult as you might think.

"This book by award-winning furniture maker Mike Dunbar gives you a complete course on turning furniture parts. You'll learn how to create chair and table legs, staircase balusters, bedposts, rails and stiles--even if you've never worked on a lathe before. Essential techniques covered include spindle turning, duplication, reeding, fluting and spiral turning. In addition you'll learn:

  • The ins and outs of lathe operation, maintenance and safety
  • Which tools you should invest in and which ones you can take a pass on
  • Proper tool sharpening and honing procedures
  • Woodturning techniques such as creating beads, coves, urns and vases
  • How to turn duplicates

And much more!

For more information or to order, click here


New from Lee Valley

Knives you can lose

Many of us carry pocket knives with us each and every day. It's always a sad time when we misplace or lose one of them. Now there is an inexpensive alternative that will not make you feel bad if you lose one because the loss of one of these is about the same cost as dropping your paper cup of coffee in the morning.

The inexpensive, stainless steel knives come in boxes of five and are meant for people who frequently lose their pocketknife. This knife has all of the features of its more expensive cousins including the knife, a nail file and a set of scissors.

These knives are not intended to be razor sharp out of the box, so you'll need to hone them. But they are inexpensive, and after you sharpen them, the stainless steel holds an edge well.

The knife is 2-1/4" long by 3/4" wide and weighs 28g (1 oz). Only available in packages of five.

These knives are available from our Canadian friends, Lee Vallley.

The list price for all five knives is only: $12.95

For more information or to order, click here


New and Hot - February 2017

New from Artisan Ideas

Adding Spice to your Woodturning - 20 Salt, Pepper and Spice Shaker Projects for Woodturners

This new woodturning book was written by Chris West, Europe's go-to guy for turning salt and pepper shakers. The book contains fifteen original and fun projects for turning salt and pepper shakers and an additional five projects on spice shakers and condiment accessories. The various shapes are quite unique: you will find shakers that look like apples, pears, mushrooms, oak barrels--even a Chianti bottle--to name just a few.

Each project is labeled by level of difficulty (beginner, intermediate, and advanced) and gives the finished dimension, wood used, and accessories  needed. The step-by-step procedures and diagrams are clear and easy to follow.

This is a hard cover book and since it is spiral bound, it will lay flat when you are using it in the shop--a nice feature.  It contains 68 pages.

The list price is: $19.95 and can be ordered directly from the publisher, Artisan Ideas, at

For more information or to order, click here


New from Fast Cap

Kaizen Foam for Organizing your Turning Tools

Looking for ways to organize your woodturning tools?

Kaizen Foam is a great product from the folks at FastCap. It is designed to help you achieve maximum organization and visual control in your workspace. Kaizen Foam separates between the layers creating a perfect fit for all your tools in drawers and on walls. It is available in 2’ by 4’ sheets, in three thicknesses: 7/8” (20mm), 7/8” (20mm), 2-1/4” (57mm).

They also market a Kaizen Foam Frame for use on walls. The frame comes with a single 49” extruded panel that allows you to customize your frame. It has a high-performance peel-and-stick adhesive on the back, making it fast and easy to mount on any wall. The back lip allows you to screw the panels into the wall for added support.

To see a quick how-to video on how to use it for your woodturning tools, click here.

 (Please note: Kaizen Foam has international shipping restrictions and can only be shipped to the United States and Canada for retail customers.)

The list prices for 7/8” (20mm) is $10.99. Click here for more information or to purchase this size.

The list prices for 1-1/8” (30mm) is $14.99. Click here for more information or to purchase this size.

The list prices for 2-1/4” (57mm) is $24.99. Click here for more information or to purchase this size.


New from Cindy Drozda and Mike Hunter

Cygnet Tool

The Cygnet tool or baby swan was designed by Cindy Drozda from Boulder, CO.  This is an ideal tool for many small diameter and small opening hollow forms.

A beginner or an experienced woodturner will enjoy the Cygnet ease of control due to the design and angle of the cutter on the tool.  The tool uses the versatile Hunter # 1 cutter set at 45 degrees front tilt.

The list price for an unhandled tool is: $125.00
The list price for a handled tool is: $145.00

For more information or to order, click here


New from Alan Lacer

Long Hole Drilling Set

As most experienced turners know, drilling long holes on the lathe is hard. The grain of the wood will often cause a traditional twist drill bit to wander, which means that you won't have a centered hole in your turning blank.

The best way to deal with this problem is with drills designed for long hole boring. This long hole boring set comes with the new Hamlet 3/8" diameter long bit (21.5" long  for the bit and 10" additional for the handle) plus the Oneway 3/8" hollow center in a #2 Morse taper. 

This long hole boring set is a bit different from previous shell auger or lamp bits: the bit is made from high speed steel so bluing will not harm the cutting edge; the cutting edge is a shearing angle, so it enters the cut progressively; and there are twists on the shank to aid with chip removal. 

Clearing the chips is a major problem with any type of long hole drilling on the lathe. You increase your chance of success by drilling and then withdrawing the bit when you feel any resistance. This will clear any chips and saw dust, helping to keep a true drilling line.

This long hole boring set is great for turned lamps or any other turning where you need a straight hole through your turning blank.

List price: $127.00

For more information or to order, click here


New from Brittany Nicole Cox

Sacred Geometry – a 16th Century Coloring Book

Brittany Nicole Cox, an ornamental turner (and more) from Seattle Washington collaborated with Al Collins of Lawndale, California on a new idea. The result of their work was this unique coloring book. It is a compilation of machine-drawn patterns generated by a rose engine. Rose engines are hand-operated machines that were developed in the 16th century and used during the Victorian era for the decorative turning of wood, ivory, metal, and ceramics. See Photo 1.

Photo 1.

The geometry of the patterns is determined by mathematical sequences often associated with sacred geometry and the golden mean. The MADE Ornamental Rose Engine Lathe, a modern machine designed in the tradition of the past, was used to create these patterns. See Photo 2.

Photo 2.

The front and back covers are letterpress, the front with copper foil. The binding is copper wire, allowing the book to lay flat as you color. The 72 unique patterns are printed on 180lb uncoated white paper – so your coloring utensils won’t bleed through and colors stay true. This book is limited to 300 copies and was handmade in Seattle Washington.

The book is available in limited quantities. The list price is $30 plus shipping. 

For the technically interested, we’ve put together a book of receipts. This lists the steps for how to generate each pattern on the rose engine. See Photo 3.

Photo 3.

The receipts book is also available in limited quantities. The list price is $40 plus shipping.


For more information or to order, click here


New from Martin Sabin-Smith

The Woodturner’s Journal

The Woodturner's Journal is a notebook with over 100 pages dedicated to the recording of your woodturning projects. It was created by Martin Sabin-Smith, a UK woodturner and avid YouTube woodturning presenter.

The journal is intended to be used to keep detailed notes and sketches of your work, and to jot down your turning goals and inspirations, too.

There’s a section on events and craft markets to complete and keep notes on your successes, as well as a guide to charging a fair price for your work.

With plenty of space included to brainstorm new project ideas, The Woodturner’s Journal is everything you need to record your ideas and finished pieces in one place.

If you're in the UK, you can purchase the Journal directly from Martin and get free shipping. It's available for £7.00 plus VAT. For more information or to order, click here.

If you're in the US, you can order directly from Martin and pay First Class postage from the UK or you can order directly from Amazon. For more information or to order from Amazon, click here.


New and Hot - January 2017

New from Jimmy Clewes

Mate Undercut Hollowing Tool

Earlier in the year, we told you about Jimmy Clewes' newest tools: the Mate #1 and the Mate #2. Both of these tools used Mike Hunter carbide cup cutters to hollow your wood turnings.

The thing that excited us about these tools was that the design and angle of the cutter is positioned so that the cut is limited to the depth that the cutter is protruding from the main tool shank. This greatly reduces the chance of those huge catches that can be experienced with “self-feeding” scrapers. It also shortens the learning curve so that you can be hollowing comfortably in a short period of time.

Jimmy has now introduced the new tool in this line, the Mate #1 and Mate #2 Undercut Hollowers. These hollowing tools work much like the original tools but have a large sweeping curve which allows you to reach under the rim of your hollow vessels.

The Mate #1 undercut tool comes with a small 6mm cup cutter and the Mate #2 undercut tool comes with 8mm cup cutter. The Mate #2 will basically do everything the Mate #1 does with the exception that with the larger diameter on the cutter, and with a light touch, it will give an amazing finish on the surface.

The tool has an aluminum oxide coating on bar to prevent rust and is made in the United States. The tool is supplied unhandled. You can make your own handle or you could purchase one to fit. Jimmy recommends a handle at least 18 inches in length.

Some of the things that we like about Hunter cutters are:

No grinding of the tool
No lapping of the tool
Each new cutter is sharpened and ready for use
Cutter life far greater than HSS (25 to 30 times)
New cutters, torque screws and wrenches readily available and reasonably priced
The list price on the Mate #1 and Mate #2 undercut tools are: $145.

To get more information or to purchase from Mike Hunter, click this link.

For more information or to order, click here


New from Trent Bosch

DVD: Revelations in Hollowing: 25 years of Refining the Process

Over the past 25 years, professional woodturner and instructor Trent Bosch has not only been making thousands of hollow forms, but going over every aspect of the process and refining it. Through the development of new techniques and equipment, he has made hollow forms more precise and accessible than ever before.

In his newest DVD, Revelations in Hollowing: 25 years of Refining the Process, he takes you step by step through the process, showing you multiple approaches, allowing you to decide which works best for you. In the video he shares his knowledge of this process with you in a straightforward, easy to understand manner.

The DVD runs for 2.5 hours.

List price: $35.00

For more information or to order, click here


New from Saburrtooth

Dove Tail Carving Burrs

Saburrtooth has just released a new carving cutter in a dovetail shape. This 1/8 inch shaft tool comes in both fine grit and coarse grit and is available in regular and safe-end versions.

The cutters are 3/8 inch wide at the cutting end and stand 1/2 inch tall.

The list price is $16.50.

For more information or to order, click here


New from Berea Hardwoods

Two New Pen Kits

Berea Hardwoods has recently announced two new pen kits.

The first is called the Long Boy™. It is a click pen with a two-tube design. It is 5 3/4 inches long and uses the Parker-style refill. It comes in a variety of finishes:

The Berea Long Boy Pen

The second pen kit is called the Yari™. It is a twist pen with a single tube design. It is 5 1/2 inches long and uses the Parker-style refill. It comes in a variety of finishes:

The Berea Yari Pen


For more information or to order, click here


New from Woodcraft

Pen Display Case

This new black faux-leather pen case has ivory accent stitching. The interior boasts a black felt upper and lower interior liner with enough room to store up to eight pens or pencils. Elastic cords securely hold pens and pencils in place. Lift the ribbon to reveal a surprise: a folded leg that turns the bottom panel into an easel to display your creations.

  • Dimensions: 7-5/8" long x 6-5/8" wide x 2-1/4" tall.
  • Store up to eight pens and pencils
  • Add value and show off your beautiful turnings
  • Great for displaying pens and pencils at craft fairs and trade shows
  • Bottom tray can be turned into an easel for displaying your creation

The list price is: $10.99

For more information or to order, click here


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We never let anyone use our list, and our subscribers have been wonderfully loyal as a result.

We hope you will try it out!

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(Visit the Vendor's Corner above to see all our sponsors)

Stainless Steel Bottle Stoppers
Conestoga Works

(Click any Ad to go to our Sponsor's Website)