Roughing out and then turning a maple bowl
Christina turning some handles
These selections are generally the most available year-round.
Cherry wood is an extremely strong, durable and stable hardwood. This stunning wood has a smooth finish with light pinkish brown to reddish-brown.
Yellow birch is light in color and smooth grain that will darken slightly with time. White birch often has a light outer wood with a dark reddish pink heartwood.
This wood has a fine, uniform texture with typically straight grain, but variations such as birdseye, tiger, flame, curly, wavy, rippled, or fiddleback grain can occur. Maple is incredibly strong with a light, creamy color and darker heartwood.
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Black walnut is typically a darker wood. It's hard, dense and tight-grained. We love to work with it due to its strength, grain and color. This wood polishes to a smooth finish.
This wood is my personal favorite to turn. having a beautiful creamy sap color with a darker light brown heart, it makes for incredibly stunning handles and bowls
Elm is a strong wood, a grayish white to light brown narrow sapwood, with heartwood that is reddish brown to dark brown in color.
All wooded pieces are handmade, each is its own unique work of art, and you will be the only one in the world with it.