Beth Ireland teaches Offset Woodturning.
November 1st Friday
The class will start at 12:30 pm and go till about 5-6pm.
Offset woodturning is a technique that transforms the lathe into a power carver to create a variety of shapes such as an ellipse, a triangle and a soft square. These shapes are achieved by changing the centers of a rotating piece causing the turner to hit only certain points on an object as it spins. Offset turning can be used to make a variety of objects such as furniture parts, boxes, tools, utensils, candlesticks, instrument necks and more. Beth will introduce the proper use of roughing gouge and spindle gouge to create 2 shapes that can be utilized in a variety of ways to make unique details in your personal work, from functional furniture to sculptural objects.
If you have a Step Center bright it! (but not necessary club does not have these)
The club is supplying the wood with the cost of the class.
Where: Location 12811 16th Ave N Plymouth Mn https://goo.gl/maps/kJdhVLsHq8F2