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Maloof Inspired Low-Back Settee

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I completed this settee for a client who requested it be made of walnut. It took me approximately 125 hours to construct and finish. I adapted Charles Brocks low-back chair plans to make the settee. The finish is Watco Oil with the last two coats being Watco’s DeftOil. Read more

Transtitional/Modern Desk and Maloof Inspired Chair

January 20, 2014 by · 1 Comment
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_2Since my retirement, which started in July 2013, I’ve been busy in the shop making 3 Maloof inspired chairs and a desk with a Hawaiian Koa writing surface. This is the second time I’ve built this style of desk. I love the design! Two of the chairs and the desk are currently for sale at the Got Art Gallery downtown Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Please contact me if you would like to commission either piece in a different wood spieces. Read more

Bowls by Jesse Sheets

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“My name is Jesse Sheets from Lee Summit, Missouri. Below are a few projects I have completed with major help from your website. I am so thankful that you have posted the different process to design these. I am a woodworking teacher in Blue Springs, Missouri and I am teaching some student how to construct a segmented bowl. ”

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Thanks Jesse, keep up the good work.

Stave Bowl from Mike Cambell

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Tyler_MorristownNJThis project came from Mike Campbell, who teaches woodworking and woodturning in Morristown High School. Last year I found a picture of your stave bowl on a random google image search for segmented bowls. An 11th grade student of mine, Tyler, recreated it and I thought you’d like to see it. He also made the table the bowl sits on in the picture.

Interestingly we did not see your website where the build process is explained until last week, so he figured out how to build it just by looking at the photo. I have been reading over your website and I am impressed with your work, I especially like the adjustable stave sled.

Great work Tyler!

Wagner Safe-T-Planer

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safetplanerWe’ve had a couple people contact us with concerns about using the Wagner Safe-T-Planer since it’s no longer on the market. In a couple of our videos, we use this planer on the drill press to flatten the top and bottom of the bowl after you glue the staves up.

I searched the web to see if I could find information about why the planer was discontinued and I didn’t really find anything. Read more

Wanted: Project Photos

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Since Steven Todd and I started this website several years ago, many have written or called with positive comments about its content. We really are just a couple of guys who have a passion for all forms of woodworking and wish to share it with others. Over the years some have sent photos of segmented bowls they’ve made using techniques learned from watching videos and/or reviewing the PowerPoints that have been posted on the site.  In addition, some have taken a class or just stopped by the shop for a pointer or two.  Usually, I learn as much from them as they do from me. Read more

Future Woodworker: Under Construction

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If you believe strongly enough that woodworking is a worthwhile avocation; then take the time to encourage, instruct and nature the skills and knowledge in the young people you can influence. My grandson Tyler who is now seven loves spending time in the shop with his papa doing small projects which will someday have a major impact on his life. We started with making a wooden knife and gouge so that he could learn to whittle a boat out of a bar of soup. He carefully worked on that bar of soap until it took on a boat-like shape and then hollowed out the center with the wooden gouge. The whole process, including the making of the tools took about an hour. We both had a great time! In a couple of years he will be ready to use his whittling knife which is stored in his tool cabinet (see articles on Tyler’s Tool Cabinet on this website). Read more

Woodcraft’s Segmented Bowl Making Class Feb. 23-24, 2013

February 25, 2013 by · 1 Comment
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Four gentlemen attended the second class I’ve taught on segmented bowl making this past weekend at Woodcraft Supply in Lenexa, Kansas. It was my pleasure to demonstrate the basics on how to design, construct and turn a segmented bowl. I’m pleased to report that all four completed their first segmented bowl. During the 16 hours of hands-on instruction and shop time we covered a great deal of information and related techniques used in making segmented bowls. According to the responses from the attendees, the class assisted them in demystifying some of the aspects of this form of woodworking. For me, it was fantastic to be the one given the opportunity to start another group off on their journey into segmented bowl making. However, the best thing was the chance to make four new friends who now share this passion we call woodworking. Read more

Free Segmented Bowl Demo

January 13, 2013 by · 2 Comments
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Segmented Bowl Demo

Segmented Class Group Photo August 2012 Click on this attachment to see photos and comments from the last group who took the class in August 2012.

On Saturday, February 2, 1pm-2pm, Jay Helland will demonstrate how to cut stave-type segments using a table saw and sled. If you’ve ever been interested in getting started making segmented bowls this would be a good time to see this part of the process in person. The videos on this website obviously don’t show every step of the procedure, nor give you the opportunity for Q & A. You can sign-up for the two-day class on segmented bowl making at Woodcraft, 8645 Bluejacket Road, Lenexa, Kansas 66214 or call 913-599-2800. Tuition for the two-day class is $195 per session.

I hope to see you at the Free Demo so mark your calendar.

Christmas Gifts 2012

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This Christmas I decided to make gifts for my co-workers who have leadership or support roles in the Facilities Services department of the Lee’s Summit School District. This was my way of showing them that I really appreciate the professionalism and camaraderie they display daily. For me, I get the pleasure of making the item and then in seeing friends receive a handmade one-of-kind gift. This year it took about 9 months to complete the 20 segmented turning.

What a great group of individuals to work with!

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Gifts Christmas 2012

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