Woodturning a Green Apple Bowl, a Natural Edged Indulgence

Woodturning an apple wood crotch into a very thin walled and natural edged bowl. A guilty pleasure? Maybe, but it’s certainly an indulgence. I don’t turn green wood very often. The destination is worthy, the journey is what it’s all about sometimes, and for me this is one of those times. I’m shutting down my […]

Kuksa Carving – My green woodworking journey | Bjørn Andreas Bull-Hansen

Kuksa Carving – shaping the bowl. In this video, I am beginning to carve the kuksa from the birch out in the forest. Sign up form to be notified about new videos, exclusive giveaways, news, etc.: https://mailchi.mp/fcf29975aa5c/signup (Your email will not be used for sales and I will never give it to other people.) Check […]

Kuksa Carving – My Green Woodworking Journey

Kuksa Carving – My Green Woodworking Journey. I was out in the woods searching for kuksa materials and for spoon carving. Two wonderful days in a December dark Norway! Sign up form to be notified about new videos, exclusive giveaways, news, etc.: https://mailchi.mp/fcf29975aa5c/signup (Your email will not be used for sales and I will never […]

Turning a wood bowl from green wood

From a section of log, to the green bowl, ready for drying, and the finishing process. The bowl is made of Tulip Poplar Wood. You may view the finished bowl at http://oneofakind2.com/ along with many of my new pieces at http://www.etsy.com/shop/oneofakind2woodbowls?ga_search_query=one+of+a+kind+wood+bowls&ga_search_type=handmade&ga_page=&includes%5B0%5D=tags&includes%5B1%5D=title Turning a wood bowl from green wood