Do It Yourself – Website Tutorials
Earrings are fantastic projects for wood turners of all skill levels, and are great for selling or giving as gifts!
This evening we are continuing the jewellery theme, and will be looking at turning a couple of styles of earrings. We will use 2 different methods of attaching them to the main types of findings most commonly used in jewellery making for wood turners.
Join me and Casper from 7:20pm…ish… (GMT) for a natter whilst I finish setting up before the demo starts at 7:30pm (GMT).
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Woodturning is a potentially dangerous hobby.
This video is a demonstrative video for entertainment purposes and although it provides commentary on the techniques I personally use, there are many different ways to approach wood turning.
Should you therefore wish to ‘have a go’ yourself, you must make sure you do your own research into techniques, working methods and safety measures.
Remember: YOUR safety is YOUR responsibility!!