Northwestern Michigan Woodturners is:

An organization dedicated to the enjoyment of turning of wood on a lathe then embelishing, carving, and coloring these objects into art or utility pieces. We provide a meeting place for local woodturners, provide training, and growth in the field of woodturning. And, educate the public about the art of wooturning through public demonstrations and showings.  

Meetings

Meetings usually held on the second friday of each month have been suspened until the COVID 19 Executive Order to "Stay at Home" is lifted.


Northwestern Michigan Woodturners

An organization dedicated to the enjoyment of turning wood on a lathe then embellishing, carving, and coloring these objects into art or utility pieces. We provide a meeting place for local woodturners,training, and growth in the field of woodturning. And, educate the public about the art of wooturning through public demonstrations and showings.  
Meetings

Meetings usually held on the second Saturday of each month have been suspened until the COVID 19 Executive Order to "Stay at Home" is lifted.  Watch your email or this website for scheduled ZOOM meetings.
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Community Projects
Long time member and world renown woodturner is offering live, interactive demonstrations and instructions online using Zoom.  You can enjoy and participate in these events, hosted bv Lyle Jamieson from the comfort of your home.  All you need to do is download the free app Zoom, register and join the demonstrations.  You can see the schedule for these events on Lyle's website.
CLICK HERE.
Live Interactive Remote Demonstrations
Library Display

Annually club members collect the work they are most proud of and put them on display at the Traverse City Library.

CLICK HERE for full details and photo's
Wig Stands

An International charitable project spearheaded in our  club by Dennis Ferguson.  The wig stand project originated in Canada.

CLICK HERE for detail.
 



In his article, “The Ins and Outs of Piercing,” from the April 2018 issue of American Woodturner, Malcolm Zander offers a brief history of piercing as it relates to woodturning, and describes piercing techniques, discusses equipment needed, and covers design considerations.



Click here for a direct link to the article.





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