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What is a “signature style” as it relates to woodturning and how does somebody get one? Merriam-Webster.com defines this term: as “something (such as a quality or feature) that is closely associated with someone or something.” In the turning world, having a signature style usually means having a design or a tool you are famous for.
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The project above was published in the December 2016 edition of the magazine. You may purchase the entire magazine edition by clicking on the "Purchase this edition" tab below. Here is a partial list of this edition's contents:
Turn a Cap Ornament
by David Reed Smith
Turning a Christmas Bell Ornament
by Robin Costelle
The Pen Turner's Corner: Turning a Pen with a Fire and Rescue Laser Inlay Kit
by Don Ward
The Fine Art of Finials
by Janice Levi
7 Tips for Better Segmented Turnings
by Al Miotke
Power Carving Tools