Turning Archive 2004
>...>>> Well you see them in all the catalogs and I guess it's just one of those things you have to do in order to put on your woodturning resume. On my visit to the US I picked up some nuts and Nick Cook's two videos. Lo' and behold he had a segment on his tape on what to do with Tagua nuts. Here's my first attempt at a mini hollow form that's about 3/4" in diameter. I was able to keep the natural edge on it, too. This was fun to turn and I really liked the shavings. I hope you'll excuse the dirty dime as size refference but I wanted to get this on camera quick before something happened to it.