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What’s Happening at Other Chapters

The Inland Northwest Woodturners are meeting March 7th at the Woodcraft in Spokane Valley. Cal Hanson will demonstrate the correct way to make the four basic cuts on a lathe.

The Northwest Woodturners in Beaverton, Oregon are meeting on March 7th. Bill Karow will demonstrate how to turn a bird’s mouth bowl.

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February Demonstrator – Dan Stromstad

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This month I have been asked to demonstrate small items that are quick to turn and sell well. I will do that for your enjoyment. I will attempt to illustrate how you can use the tools that you have to create nice turnings and have fun doing it. I will be doing a little bit

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January Demonstrator

January demonstrator Stephen Hatcher will explain the process of planning and executing three of his signature woodturnings: the teapot, the half-moon form, and the vase within a vase. I hope you can be there for it!

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AWGB Tribute to Ray Key

The Association of Woodturners of Great Britain (AWGB) has invited a number of turners from around the world who have had a connection with Ray to complete one of his part turned pieces in their own style. There will be an exhibition in July 2019. More info on the website:

Ray Key Tribute Collaboration

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November Membership Meeting

This month, our own David Best, will show us 4 different methods for turning hollow forms. Dave will hollow a large vessel in multiple steps using different systems for each layer as he goes deeper into the form. There are a lot of systems out there, and this will be a great chance for all

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October Demonstrator – Pat McCart

What a terrific hobby!

It all started with a simple phone call from my Uncle, “Hey you want Pops’ old lathe? I’ve been turning bowls and stuff. I’m buying a bigger one. You ought to try it.” So began my journey down the woodturning road.

Everyone has a first time at the lathe, whether it’s

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