2014: American Woodturner, Vol. 29, No 2
Inside the April 2014 Issue
Lathe Safety Shield: Follow Wes Jones’ plans to build a versatile shield that adaptsto many lathe styles.
Hat and Wig Stands: Bowlers, beanies, and baseball caps, a turning project that builds
skills and gives you a place to hang your hat, by John Kelsey.
Evolution of a Goblet Design: Bill Ooms takes us along as he searches for the perfect shape and balance.
Shopmade Truck Crane: Saving your back is just one of the advantages offered by Bill Rosener’sbumper mount crane.
The Art of the Dry-Bud Vase: Using basic skills Joshua Friend shows how to create an elegant and sophisticated dried flower vase.
Almost Making a Living Turning: Building a business one bowl at a time, by Paul Kaplowitz.
A Beautiful Adventure: Artists from around the globe collaborate to promote the free exchange of ideas, by Alain Mailland.
Trumpet Yelper Turkey Call: Danny Wells creates a custom-made game call that is both functional and uniquely beautiful.
Thinking Outside the Hollow Form: Michael Foster demonstrates how thought, play, and experimentation combine to reveal beautiful unconventional forms.
Turning Bowls: In praise of woodturning, Chris Enke shares thoughts on her craft and the quest for the next, best bowl.
Shawo Village — A Journey Into Woodturning History: Passed generation to generation through an oral tradition, Shawo woodturners share their centuries-old skills with Terry Martin.
From the Editor: Betty Scarpino
President’s Letter: Dale Larson
AAW 28th International Symposium
Donate a Box to Beads of Courage
SWAT and Phoenix Symposiums
Beads of Courage Ohio Valley Woodturners
2013 Fundraising Campaign
Powermatic Lathe Raffle!
AAW Board of Directors Call for Nominees
Call for Demonstrators AAW Symposium 2015
Membership Dues Increase
Tool Bank Turners Without Borders
Calendar of Events
The Old Country Guild of Woodturners, Schenectady, New York