Woodturning A Small Lidded Acorn Box

Woodturning A Small Lidded Acorn Box
I turned a small lidded acorn box on the lathe. I used Maple and Walnut for this project. If you make one of these I’d really like to see it, you can always share your project on my website.

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Woodturning A Small Lidded Acorn Box

20 thoughts on “Woodturning A Small Lidded Acorn Box”

  1. This is exactly what I want to make!! I only have a scroll saw…my son has a lathe—60 miles away…🙄🙄☹️

  2. Always wanted to know. What grit sandpaper, and what paste wax and oil do you use when sanding?

  3. I've been looking for ideas for fancy bottle stoppers. This will make a neat one with a surprise box. Thanks, Car;

  4. A very nice Box I have watch this video a few time I was wondering what of lathe you are using in this video

  5. Really cool design, just started turning again. Ive made a few things getting used to the lathe again, but my ?is where do i get the chuck to hold the wood like yours. Thanks Dave

  6. Good morning Carl, I was wondering, were do you get your different wood blocks from?  Thanks Bob

  7. Do have a sharpening jig to sharpen your tools? Try to ride the bevel as much as possible.

    Take care

    Carl

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