Keep on Turnin’

Once again in the shed late at night, feeling productive and not wanting to make an excess of noise, so another couple of pens got churned out.

Top one is a Sierra with a brown acrylic blank, lower one an Elegant Beauty with a new purple acrylic I found in Carbatec.

Don’t forget, this Saturday is the last of the month, so it is Demo day at Carbatec, Melbourne, and I will be demonstrating how easy pen turning is, even if you are a beginner.  I am certainly not an expert turner, so don’t expect some amazing technique with a skew or something – it will be basic, yet comprehensive, and if you have never made one before you may go away from the demo wanting to give it a try for yourself.

Warning: Pen Turning is an Addictive Hobby

3 Responses

  1. Have you thought about taking the Stusshed video team on location. Perhaps a video of pen turning

    • Shooting at Carbatec would be a bit of an overview as opposed to the detailed videos on pen turning I’ve already posted.

      Check out Stu’s Shed TV episodes 50a and 50b if you haven’t already seen them.

  2. video team ????

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