2014: American Woodturner, Vol. 29, No 5
Inside This Issue October 2014 vol 29, no 5
Turn a Yarn Bowl
An ideal project to help keep your favorite knitter calm and unraveled, by Jim Meizelis and Terry Quiram.
Low-Cost Hollowing for the Novice
Shopmade tools and a mentor’s watchful eye make the learning experience safe and memorable, by Jim Rinde and Bryan Rinde.
When You Want to Turn Larger Hollow Forms
Master woodturner David Ellsworth passes on some lessons he learned the hard way.
Shopmade Hollowing Tools
Lyle Jamieson offers some sage and prudent advice for designing, fabricating, and using your own hollowing tools.
38 How to Get the Most from Your Vacuum Chucking System
John I. Giem shares what he’s learned about fine-tuning your system for optimal performance.
Auburn Oaks Memorialized in Moulthrop Bowls
The pride and traditions embodied by two massive old-growth oaks are honored through the work of
woodturner Matt Moulthrop, by Dave Long.
Heavy Lifting: Mark Sfirri Weighs In at Penn State Gallery
The Henry Gallery mounts a retrospective look at the work of an innovative and playful sculptor and wood artist, by David M. Fry.
From the Editor Joshua Friend
President’s Letter Dale Larson
Apply for an AAW Educational Opportunity Grant
Call for Demonstrators AAW Symposium 2015
What is POP?
Call for Entries 2015 Juried Member Exhibit
AAW Offers Free Student Memberships, Educator Benefits
Please Update Member Profile, Chapter Details
AAW Steps Up Auctions
Prize Drawing for AAW Members
Arrowmont, John C. Campbell Scholarships Available to AAW Members
AAW’s Value Equation
In Memoriam: David Nittmann Remembered
Elementary Woodturning with a Twist
Calendar of Events
Remember to Vote! AAW Board Election
Honoring A Special Tree
EOG Recipient Organizes Woodturning Instruction for the Blind
The Creative Woodturner: Inspiring Ideas and Projects for Developing Your Own Woodturning Style by Terry Martin
Call for Participants 2015 AFTAB Collaborative Event, Aiguines, France
SOFA CHICAGO Call for Demonstrators
Oklahoma Chapter Partners with UK Club
Central Florida Chapter Honors Wounded Warriors
Thank You, Fellow Turners An Open Letter from Paul Stafford
Professional Outreach Program Instant Gallery Awards, Phoenix Symposium 201
Cover – Terry Martin, from The Creative Woodturner, reviewed on page 20.
Back Cover – Ralph Watts, Dragon Tail, 2014, Holly, ash, American chestnut, tagua nut, boxwood,
brass rod, 10" × 14" × 4½" (25cm × 35cm × 11cm)