DVD Library

Title / Author(s) Description BRW No.

Trent Bosch Decorative Utility Bowls - BRW#47

Beyond the Basic Bowl / Bill Grumbine Advanced bowl turning techniques, natural edge bowl, square bowl, winged bowl, and coring out a 3-bowl set. - BRW#55

Beginning Spindles to Bowls Tips for beginners on turning spindles to bowls - BRW#56

Closed End Pens Techniques, types of kits, and tools for making closed end pens. - BRW# 58

Harold Iamibert Wooden Kaleidoscopes - BRW# 59

Richard Raffan Turning Boxes - BRW# 60

Richard Raffan Basic Techniques for spindle, faceplate, and simple bowl turning. Shows use and sharpening of various tools. Teaches by first explaining, and demonstrating a technique and then using it to make a small project. - BRW#61

Richard Raffan Intermediate Tutorial using small projects to teach techniques for beyond the basics. Projects mallet, small bowl, perfect spheres and beads, long thin spindle, trivet, and hollow form. - BRW#62

Reed Gray Bowl Coring with the McNaughton Shows theory and techniques in using the McNaughton center saver system for coring out multiple nesting bowls from a single blank. - BRW#63

Bill Grumbine Turned Bowls Made Easy Bowl making for beginners starting with the harvesting of wood, blank preparation, mounting onto lathe, turning outside, hollowing, and finishing. - BRW#64

Richard Raffan The New Turning Wood Basic tutorial starting with lathes, chucks, tools and sharpening. Teaches centerwork and facework turning techniques and illustrates each with small projects. - BRW#65

Michael Dresdner Wood Finishing Basics Describes surface preparations, sanding, properties and application methods of various finishing materials. - BRW#66

Del Stubbs Bowl Turning Explains use and sharpening of different tools for bowl turning. Methods of holding bowls, blank selection, roughing out and finishing techniques. Discusses shape and design and turns several bowls to illustrate techniques. Shows an interesting modification to the lathe for variable speed clutch. - BRW#67

Alan Lacer Projects Along the Woodturning Trail Several projects which makes use of various tools and techniques by which to improve ones skills. - BRW# 68

Alan Lacer The Skew Chisel - The Dark Side/The Sweet Side Masterful tutorial for teaching proper use and great versatility of the skew chisel. - BRW#69

Alan Lacer The Son of Skew Several small projects using only the skew chisel. Great for skill building with the skew. - BRW#70

Mark Duginske Mastering Your Bandsaw teaches proper set up, maintenance, and safe use of a bandsaw. Discusses blade types and uses. Trouble Shooting help. - BRW#71

Alan Lacer Woodturning Getting Started Right Beginner's primer on choosing and preparing wood. Explains use and sharpening of various tools. Shows wood mounting methods and safe turning techniques. - BRW#72

Kip Christensen and Rex Burnignham Turning Pens The Basics and BeyondBasic pen making utilizing the 7mm Slim Line pen kit. Design variations, materials, tools, and techniques. - BRW#73

Rex Burningham and Kip Christensen Turning Pens II More Pens Plus TricksTipsThe making of European and American Style pens and their variations. Use of wood and non-wood materials and many handy ideas. - BRW#74

Rex Burningham and Kip Christensen Woodturning Projects 1 Projects included: Wall Clock, Spinning Tops, Christmas Ornaments, Green Bowl, Bud Vase, Curly Fries. - BRW#75

Rex Burningham and Kip Christensen Woodturning Projects 2 Projects included: Peppermill, Egg, Hour Glass, Toothpick Holder, Carving Mallet - BRW#76

Rex Burningham and Kip Christensen Woodturning Projects 3 Projects included: Dry Bowl, Tool Handle, Game Call. Fridge Magnet, Bottle Stopper - BRW#77

Rex Burningham and Kip Christensen Woodturning Projects 4 Projects included: Oil Lamp, Desk Lamp, Pizza Cutter, Sphere, Egg Kaleidoscope, Doorstop - BRW#78

Ed Moore Demo at 2008 Virginia Woodturners Symposium Demo on making sea urchin ornaments 79 Jim Vogel Demo at 2008 Virginia Woodturners Symposium. - BRW# 80

Walt Bennet Demo at 2008 Virgina Woodturners Symposium - BRW# 81

Barbara Dill Demo at 2008 Virgina Woodturners Symposium Fundamentals for Multi-Axis Spindel turning. Showed some of the different ways to off-set the axis in the lathe and resultant turned shape. - BRW#82

Mike Mahoney Bowl Basics A Workshop with Mike Mahoney Beginner bowl turning tutorial from harvesting wood, blank preparation, mounting to the lathe, turning the outside, hollowing the inside, sanding, and finishing. - BRW# 83

Mike Mahoney From the Tree to the Table Making Bowls and Plates for the Kitchen Intermediate tutorial on turning utility bowls and plates for everyday use. - BRW#84

Mike Mahoney Hollow Forms and Urns A Workshop Illustrates how to turn thin walled hollow forms with narrow top openings. Also, how to turn urns (burial) with lidded tops. - BRW#85

Mike Mahoney On the McNaughton Center Saver Tutorial for intermediate turners on the McNaughton Center Saver System for the coring out of several nesting bowls or vases from a single turning blank. Includes turned and natural edge turnings. - BRW#86

Stuart Batty and Mike Mahoney Stuart Batty and Mike Mahoney Two Guys, Two Lathes, Two Approaches. In a dueling lathe format Batty and Mahoney show their respective approaches and philosophies for turning various projects. - BRW#87

Tim Yoder Woodturning Workshop Staved Vessels Tutorial on how to choose woods, cut them to size and shape of staves to form a turning blank. Simple shopmade jig for holding the staves in proper orientation is used during the gluing process to insure good tight glue joints. Blank is then turned and finished. - BRW#88

Joe Ruminski Beginning Spindles to Bowls Describes use and sharpening of various turning tools. Tutorial on spindle turning, beads, coves and shows projects of a mallet, mini-baseball bat, Christmas tree ornament with finial. Also bowl blank preparation and turning including a natural edge bowl. - BRW#89

Joe Ruminski Bowls to Hollowforms Use and sharpening of the Stewart System hollowing tools. Tutorial on turning hollowforms with three projects: closed rim bowl, false hollowform, and a through the top hollowform. - BRW#90

Steven Russell Woodturning Volumes. I and II (CD ROM e-Book Combo Pack) Volume I contains 22 articles and Volume II contains 20 articles. These are well written and illustrated with nearly 1,000 pictures. Covers a wide range of turning subjects, technics, materials, tools, sharpening, finishing (materials and techniques) and many projects. - BRW#91

Steven Russell Woodturning Volume II Turning Elegant Pens Shows in great detail entire pen making process using wood, stabilized burls, and acrylic blanks. Various finishing technics including CA finishing. - BRW#92

Steven Russell Woodturning Volume III Bowl Turning: Step by Step (2 DVD set) Illustrates how to select and prepare bowl blanks from a log. Shows how to rough out bowls, dry them, finish turn, sand, and finish. Many useful extra tips, including tool sharpening. - BRW#93

Steven Russell Woodturning Volume IV Turning Elegant Bottle Stoppers (2 DVD set) Extremely detailed techniques for turning bottle stoppers including acrylics with inserted gem stones. - BRW#94

Jimmy Clewes Back to Basics Primer on health and safety, lathes, chucks, tool types and their uses, sharpening, abrasives, and finishes. Illustrates the above by making a candlestick, a pen, and a small bowl. - BRW#95

Jimmy Clewes Turn It OnVolume 1 Bowl and Box Making and the various types of cuts with the bowl gouge. Projects of an open bowl and an interior gilded oriental style lidded box. Also a tutorial on the bevel angles and sharpening techniques for bowl gouges. Realities in the life of a professional turner. - BRW#96

Jimmy Clewes Turn It On Volume 2 Shows fine tool control in two projects a bowl with brass inlay and a long stem goblet. Also show how to convert a tree into turning blanks and a 2,000 year old box. - BRW#97

Jimmy Clewes Turn It On Volume 3 Further illustrates fine tool control techniques through two Projects: Arabic-style lidded box using a glued-up segmented blank. Extras: How to fit the lid for a box, and behind the scenes in shooting this DVD. - BRW#98

Jimmy Clewes Turning the World Volume 1 Jimmy goes to NorwayShows two projects: Turning of a spoon, and turning a Norwegian Beer Bowl. Extras: Hand painting of the Beer Bowl and testing it with good Norwegian beer. - BRW#99

Jimmy Clewes Turning the World Volume 2 Jimmy goes to ScotlandShows two projects: Turning of a Celtic Shield with decorative metal leafing, and the turning of a Scotish Spurdle (cooking stirrer). Extra: Making a bowl on a foot-operated pole lathe. - BRW#100

Jimmy Clewes Turning the World Volume 3 Jimmy goes to Las VegasTwo featured projects: Turning a bangle (bracelet) with silver accents, the turning of an Anasasi Native American style closed bowl with turquoise inlay. Extra: Turquoise expert at a Native American Gallery. - BRW#101

Jimmy Clewes Turn It Up Volume 1 Two featured projects: A carved and colored form which shows how to carve, apply analine dyes, and silver leaf. Also turns and shapes a thin walled hat where tool technique is critical. Extras include how to mix powdered and liquid analine dyes to achieve desired colors, and a tour of a automated commercial spindle turning factory. - BRW#102

Jimmy Clewes Turn It Up Volume 2 Features two projects: A natural edge bowl and a lidded box with an insert in the lid which has chatter work and is colored. Extra feature is a visit to a German Exotic Wood dealer. - BRW#103

Jimmy Clewes Turn It Up Volume 3 Two Projects: A double natural edge platter/bowl showing novel tool techniques, and a multi off-center sculpture. Extras: metal spinning of silver, turning a golf tee, and humorous out-takes. - BRW#104

Jimmy Clewes Turnaround Spindle turning techniques from rounding the blank to making beads, coves, and a captive ring. Other projects are: end-grain turned vase, platter with coloring, and an oyster box. Special segment on the sharpening of the basic seven turning tools. - BRW#105

Barry Gross Pen Turning - BRW#106

Wood Workers Journal Lathe Turning Essentials - BRW#107

Wood Workers Journal Bandsaw Techniques - BRW#108

Wood Workers Journal Weekend Projects - BRW#109

Lyle Jamison Hollow Forms 110 Lyle Jamison 2 DVD set Bowl Basics The Easy Way - BRW#111

Brian McElvoy Secrets to Woodburning - BRW#112

Trent Bosch Vessels of Illusion - BRW#113

Ron Brown Wood Turning Festival - BRW#114

David Ellsworth - BRW#115

David Ellsworth Tools for Hollow Turning - BRW#116

David Ellsworth Open Bowls - BRW#117

David Ellsworth Tips for Turners - BRW#118

Alan Lacer Shop Made Tools and Jigs - BRW#119

Robert Rosand Scrapwood Projects - BRW#120

Penn State Industries Handcrafted Pens - BRW#121

Rex Burningham/Kip Christensen Vol. 5-Christmas Ornaments - BRW#122

Rex Burningham/Kip Christensen Vol. 6-Christmas Ornaments - BRW#123

David Ellsworth Signature Gouges - BRW#124

Binh Pho Thin Wall Turning - BRW#125

Mike Jackofsky Hollow Vessels-2 Discs - BRW#126

Glenn Lucas Mastering Woodturning - BRW#127

Glenn Lucas Bowl Turning Techniques - BRW#128

Mike Mahoney Heirlooms - BRW#129

Trent Bosch - BRW#132

JoHannes Michelsen Wood Hats - BRW#133

Sue Walters Pyrography Workshop 2 DVD Set - BRW#134

Ray Key Turned Boxes - BRW#136

Cindy Drozila Elegant Finials - BRW#137

Curt Theobald Segmented Patterns - BRW#138

Jimmy Clewes Natural Vase - BRW#139

Jimmy Clewes Square Oriental Box - BRW#140

Brian Noble-Marx Ovoid Forms - BRW#141

Dennis White Twist & Advanced Turning - BRW#142

Ernie Conover Turning For Furniture - BRW#143

John Jordan Aesthetics & Properties Of Wood - BRW#144

Keith Rowley A Foundation Course - BRW#145

Ted Sokolowski Metal Inlay Techniques - BRW#146

Charles Neil Furniture Turning Volume 1 - 2 disc set - BRW#147

Charles Neil Furniture Turning Volume 2- 2 disc set - BRW#148

David Marks Gilding and Chemical Patination - BRW#149

Glen Lucas Mastering Sharpening Techniques - BRW#150

Nick Cook Turning for Food - BRW#151

Nick Cook Turning for Fun - BRW#152

Ashley Harwood Sea Urchin Ornaments - BRW#153

Ted Sokolowski Making a Pepper Mill - BRW#154