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Beginner’s Project: Simple Stoppers Using 2 Methods

We all need a drink sometimes, and sometimes we need two. This week, I demonstrate how to turn bottle stoppers using two different methods:

OK, so you’re a beginner, cool! You may not have a scroll chuck just yet, but see lots of videos out there using one. How about a project between centres? This week, I cater for both stories with a couple of very inexpensive bottle stoppers. You can pick up the corks at most good woodturning shops, or of course on their associated websites.

Apologies, but I could not find any associated links on either Amazon or eBay. Perhaps I’m tired and need a drink? Hey! I’ve got two new bottle stoppers now. Red or white? Ahhhh, blow it…both!

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