How do you put your coffee grounds into your coffee machine?
Well, a custom made coffee scoop is a wonderful way to start your day! These little wooden scoops are fun to make as the handle spins around the lathe. It's a fun and challenging project, take a peek!
|Elegant Coffee Scoops |
By: Mike Peace
In this tutorial, Mike shows us how he makes a two-piece coffee scoop in the style inspired by Ruth Niles. Mike shows each step along the way to turning this beautiful coffee scoop. We're really fans of the contrasting wood combinations that make this scoop stand out. You will want to have one of these in your home.
|Boutique Measuring Scoop |
By: Kurt Hertzog
In this tutorial, Kurt shows us how to make a unique, two-piece scoop. Instead of relying on a mortise and tenon joint in the thin scoop side wall, he uses a wire twisted around the body of the scoop and anchored into the handle. This is a very clever solution to the handle problem and you should check out the article to see how he did it.
|Coffee Scoop Kit|
By: Stephen Johnson
In this tutorial, Stephen uses a coffee scoop kit from Penn State Industries and shows us how he turns the wood handle for the kit. Everything is beautifully photographed so that you can follow step-by-step. After reading this tutorial, you should be ready to turn your own coffee scoop.
|Turn a 2-piece Coffee Scoop|
By: Ruth Niles
In this photo tutorial, Ruth Niles shows how she turns unique coffee scoops. They are 2 piece turnings, the main scoop body and a handle. The main body can actually be a glue-up to enable you to use multiple woods. When you do this, you can create a really nice contrasting band on the body which could then match the wood used in the handle.
This is a very attractive coffee scoop and one that most coffee makers would enjoy! I hope that you give it a try!
|Making a Coffee Scoop|
By: Phil Manzi
Phil Manzi shows his stuff turning this coffee scoop. It's a fun project and one that's great to imagine and then try. The handle spins around like a short propeller so it's a challenging project and one where knowing where your hands are at all times is critical!!
Phil's photo tutorial makes this project simple!
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