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xx   VASE

Turning a banksia seed-pod bud vase.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Sep 1991 (v.6#3) pg. 14

Turning Australian Banksia Nut, a seed pod taken from the Bankisa bush. Instructions for making a unique weed pot are included.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Jan 1990 (v.13#4) pg. 8

Magical madrone. Turning a madrone burl vase.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Apr 1991 (v.14#7) pg. 10

Three simple projects for the compact lathe. (1) Wooden barrel for a ballpoint pen. (2) Small wooden vase (bud vase). (3) Wooden frame and handle for a hand mirror.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Feb 1994 (v.17#5) pg. 73

Tip on using old, weathered pieces of split rail fencing as turning blocks for unique wooden vases.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP May 1996 (v.19#8) pg. 10

Turned-and-carved vessels. Classical Grecian lines are featured on these small-neck wooden vases which are hollow on the inside.
FINE WOODWORKING #85 Nov-Dec 1990 pg. 64

Floral visions. How Ron Fleming uses a combination of the Stewart-system turning tool and hand carving to create elegant hollow wooden vessels with design elements taken from nature.
FINE WOODWORKING #99 Mar-Apr 1993 pg. 54

Gemstone vases. Seven simple steps to make turned gemstone vases without the help of a lathe. Requires the use of a trim saw, sanding drum, diamond bur, buffing wheel and a simple wooden frame.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Jun 1990 (v.44#3) pg. 81

Turned bud vases made from wood. Includes instructions for making a simple mandrel from wood to hold the vase on the lathe. Templates included for several outside profiles.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #64 Jan 1992 (v.11#4) pg. 36, Insert
Added Info POPULAR WOODWORKING #66 May 1992 (v.11#6) pg. 6

Making turned table lamp bases or bud vases from scrap plywood turning blanks. Profiles and dimensions included.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #66 May 1992 (v.11#6) pg. 93

A beginner's guide to turning weed pots.
WOOD MAGAZINE #37 Sep 1990 (v.7#5) pg. 64

Split-turned vase (4" diameter, 12" high) has four curved openings in the side.
WOOD MAGAZINE #40 Jan 1991 (v.8#1) pg. 64

Two curved wooden bud vases that use glass test tubes as flower holders.
WOOD MAGAZINE #48 Dec 1991 (v.8#9) pg. 72

How to make a sanding stick for working on the inside of a turned bowl or vase.
WOOD MAGAZINE #53 Aug 1992 (v.9#5) pg. 22

Turned wooden urn (12" high and 4" diameter). Turning blank is built from 16 ash staves with narrow bands of cherry and walnut separating them. Bands of cherry and walnut also ring the base and neck of the urn.
WOOD MAGAZINE #65 Nov 1993 (v.10#8) pg. 60
Correction WOOD MAGAZINE #69 Apr 1994 (v.11#3) pg. 8

Sixteen-sided showpiece. A staved vase that can be either turned for a smooth, round look, or left unturned for a faceted version. Both versions include ebony square-peg accents.
WOOD MAGAZINE #103 Feb 1998 (v.15#1) pg. 70, Insert
Added Info WOOD MAGAZINE #114 Apr 1999 (v.16#3) pg. 8

Canteen-style vase combines a figured turning blank with a burl veneer inlay.
WOOD MAGAZINE #125 Jul-Aug 2000 (v.17#5) pg. 66

Wooden vase is 12" diameter but only 2" tall. The vase is created from two circles of 1" thick wood which are turned to be convex on the outside and concave on the inside before being glued together.
WOODTURNING #18 Dec 1993-Jan 1994 pg. 7

How to turn yellow cedar into a tall dry-flower vase. Includes plans for making an adjustable steady rest, a boring bar support box, and a boring bit extension bar.
WOODTURNING #21 Apr 1994 pg. 42

The ring master. An elegant turned wooden vase is reminiscent of urn-shaped Greek and Egyptian vases. The segmented and laminated turning blank includes seven different types of wood and most types of laminating.
WOODTURNING #27 Nov 1994 pg. 42

Hollowing hints. Advice on turning both the inside and outside of a hollow wooden vessel (the style with a small mouth or opening) using a lathe.
WOODTURNING #28 Dec 1994-Jan 1995 pg. 50

Making ancient Greek thin-walled vessels called rhytons. Part 1. Turning the inside and outside of these little wooden vases.
WOODTURNING #31 Apr 1995 pg. 52

Making ancient Greek thin-walled vessels called rhytons. Part 2. Adding decorative inlay.
WOODTURNING #32 May 1995 pg. 30

Weed pot wonders. Tips on turning decaying logs and branches into hollow weed pots.
WOODTURNING #33 Jun 1995 pg. 7

Description of how to turn a three-legged hollow form (a wooden vase-like shape with 3 graceful legs that are all turned from one piece of log).
WOODTURNING #39 Feb 1996 pg. 36

How to turn "inside-out" vases.
WOODTURNING #45 Sep 1996 pg. 52

The outer limits. How to make a flask-shaped (oval cross-section) vase using an offset turning jig.
WOODTURNING #49 Feb 1997 pg. 35

Turned wood vase or urn is enhanced by attaching a separate collar with a lattice work of spindles or dowels arranged in a vortex pattern.
WOODTURNING #51 Apr 1997 pg. 31

Throw a vase. Tips on how to make large wooden vases using a lathe.
WOODTURNING #52 May 1997 pg. 23

The three R's of overlay. Secrets of overlaying turned wooden vessels with another wood. Instructions for making a Ruthine vase, Rene bottle, and Rosebud vase.
WOODTURNING #54 Jul-Aug 1997 pg. 32

Throw a pottery-style vase on a lathe. How to turn a discus-shaped wooden vase from a single, circular blank.
WOODTURNING #59 Jan 1998 pg. 46

Smooth transitions. Multi-axis turning can produce a wide variety of hollow forms (vases). Part 1.
WOODTURNING #60 Feb 1998 pg. 33

Turn miniature truncated-cone vases and artificial wooden buds. The buds are fitted on brass rod stems.
WOODTURNING #61 Mar 1998 pg. 39

Smooth transitions. Multi-axis turning can produce a wide variety of hollow forms (vases). Part 2.
WOODTURNING #61 Mar 1998 pg. 47

Round the block. New series on blockwork (laminating wood to form a turning blank). Part 5. (1) Vertical press for clamping segmented rings together to form a turning blank. (2) Turning a ring bowl and miniature vase with bolection ring.
WOODTURNING #62 Apr 1998 pg. 39

Hollow turning, an insider's view. Tool designer and wood turner describes the steps to follow for success at hollow turning. Part 1.
WOODTURNING #63 May 1998 pg. 27

Hollow turning, an insider's view. Part 2.
WOODTURNING #64 Jun 1998 pg. 41

Hollow turning, an insider's view. Part 3. Miniature hollow vessels.
WOODTURNING #65 Jul 1998 pg. 35

Round the block. New series on blockwork (laminating wood to form a turning blank). Part 8. Three bud vases demonstrate blocking which has been turned between centers.
WOODTURNING #65 Jul 1998 pg. 41

Fluid form. Making a small, lathe turned hollow form (vase). A router and carving is then used to remove material to form the decorative "fluid" motif around the lip of the vase.
WOODTURNING #65 Jul 1998 pg. 54

Using segmented-ring turning blanks to fabricate decorative narrow-mouth vases without the need for hollow turning.
WOODTURNING #68 Oct 1998 pg. 53

Part and parcel. Fabricating a turning blank for a segmented vase featuring grain that runs across the ring rather than around the ring. This large turning consists of 35 rings, each with 36 segments, plus solid top and bottom pieces. The blank is assembled and turned in sections. Part 1.
WOODTURNING #80 Oct 1999 pg. 13

Going natural. How to turn an end grain natural-edge hollow vessel from a yew log.
WOODTURNING #80 Oct 1999 pg. 23

Part and parcel. Part 2.
WOODTURNING #81 Nov 1999 pg. 25

Turning defective wood. A challenging way to use rejects is to turn bowls or vases which have natural openings in the sides caused by rot, insects, etc.
WOODWORK #21 May-Jun 1993 pg. 54

Wood turning supplement. Small, almost-spherical wooden vase for flowers.
WOODWORKER Jun 1991 (v.95#6) pg. Insert

Amphora vase is turned from wood and equipped with wooden handles. The turning blank is fabricated entirely from off cuts and does not show any end-grain.
WOODWORKER Jan 1994 (v.98#1) pg. 54

Faux-turned vessels. This laminated-ring technique yields a lathe-turned look without the lathe. Suitable for bowls and similar items with an open top. Patterns included for a vase, urn, rimless vessel, and symmetrical vessel.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1991 (v.15#6) pg. 26, 65

Five turned projects. (1) Miniature flower vases (3" tall) in three shapes. (2) Turned needle case. (3) Tops that draw. Three profiles of wooden tops that have pen inserts. (4) Miniature tops in five shapes. (5) Plumb bobbles, a decorative version of an old-fashioned plumb bob strung on a cord as a necklace.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1997 (v.21#6) pg. 48