2014: American Woodturner, Vol. 29, No
Inside the February 2014 Issue
Heavy-Duty Tool Handle: Strong, stable, and the perfect heft, Jeff Kieserman creates the mother of all tool handles.
Stabilizing Wood: An Alchemist’s Guide: It’s a finicky process that demands your full attention, but it’s worth its weight in gold, by Don McIvor.
Anatomy of a Cone: Pens With a Sense of Humor: Rick O'Ryan demonstrates how to turn pinecones into whimsical and amusing pen-cones.
Offset-Turned Doughnut Sculpture: Neil Scobie introduces the techniques he uses to turn this complex sculptural form.
Lint Free in Style: It may be tacky, but it’s an easy and inexpensive woodturning project that’s also very useful.That’s just how we roll, byDaniel Fobert.
Finial Fundamentals: Mastering these ornamental features is delicate work that needs skill and an orderly approach, by Joe Larese.
Nice Turners Finish Last: Turning great work takes a lot of skill, thought, and time. Now Don McIvor shows us how to finish strong.
Hemispheres of Influence: Woodturning at Yale: Embodying the traditions and lore of Yale, these pieces of
University history are turned from trees that once graced the campus, by David M. Fry.
Woodturning Legacies Down-Under: A major collection of woodworking and turning equipment is a testament to the skills of New Zealand artisans, by D. Wood.
From the Editor: Betty Scarpino
President's Letter: Dale Larson
2014 AAW International Symposium
AAW Board of Directors Call for Nominees
Calling all AAW Chapter Newsletter Editors and Webmasters
Letters to the Editor
New AAW Staff Member
Sponsor a Demonstration Room in Phoenix
Calendar of Events
Turners Without Borders Continues to Reach Out
EOG Helps Montanans Turn
Tennessee Chapter Receives an EOG
Bringing Woodturning to the Blind
What to do Immediately After a Hand Injury
Gallery: Hermann Sielaff
Members' Gallery: Ray Prince, Dennis Ciesielski, Pascal Oudet