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  1. Freedom Pens

    Another batch of 26 pens headed to our men and women in uniform serving around the world. These pens were turned from Cherry, Zebrawood, Maple, and Walnut. Since I started turning pens, I have done 671+ pens for uniformed service personnel and veterans. For more info on the Freedom Pens...
  2. Freedom Pens

    Another batch of 25 Freedom Pens headed to our troops. Four of these are plastic resin, a first for me. One of the members of my local turning club (Kevin Carpenter of BayLake Woodturners) has gotten into casting pens, and very kindly donated some of his pen blanks. The rest are a mix of...
  3. Freedom Pens

    Here are a few pics of some pens I made for Freedom Pens. I also blogged a how-to and will include the URL when I send the pens to the troops.
  4. Freedom Pens

    Another batch of 25 pens headed to our men and women in uniform serving around the world. These pens were turned from Cherry, Maple, and Spalted Maple. Since I started turning pens, I have done 585+ pens for uniformed service personnel and veterans. For more info on the Freedom Pens project...
  5. Freedom Pens

    Another batch of 25 pens headed to our men and women in uniform serving around the world. These are a mix of Mahogany, Cherry and Birch. Since I started turning pens, I have done 410+ pens for uniformed service personnel and veterans. For more info on the Freedom Pens project, and to get...
  6. Freedom Pens

    Another batch of 25 pens headed to our men and women in uniform serving around the world. These pens were turned from Walnut. Since I started turning pens, I have done 695+ pens for uniformed service personnel and veterans. For more info on the Freedom Pens project, and to get involved, see...
  7. Freedom Pens

    Another batch of 25 Freedom Pens headed to our troops. These pens are all walnut. Since I started turning pens, I have done 770+ pens for uniformed service personnel and veterans. Anyone interested in volunteering to support the project can get more info at http://freedompens.org/
  8. Freedom Pens

    Another batch of 25 pens headed to our men and women in uniform serving around the world. These are Ipe, Cherry, and Red Oak. Since I started turning pens, I have done 460+ pens for uniformed service personnel and veterans. For more info on the Freedom Pens project, and to get involved, see...
  9. Freedom Pens

    Another batch of 25 pens headed to our men and women in uniform serving around the world. These are all Maple. Since I started turning pens, I have done 535+ pens for uniformed service personnel and veterans. For more info on the Freedom Pens project, and to get involved, see...
  10. Fifty (50) Freedom Pens

    A batch of 50 Freedom Pens headed to our troops. These pens are walnut, birch, and maple. Since I started turning pens, I have done about 900 pens for uniformed service personnel and veterans. If you are interested in volunteering to support the project, send me a PM. You can get more info at...
  11. Freedom Pens

    Another batch of 25 Freedom Pens headed to our troops. Since I started turning pens, I have done 720+ pens for uniformed service personnel and veterans. Anyone interested in volunteering to support the project can get more info at http://freedompens.org/
  12. Freedom Pens

    Another batch of 25 Freedom Pens headed to our troops. Since I started turning pens, I have done 970+ pens for uniformed service personnel and veterans. If you are interested in volunteering to support the project, send me a PM. You can get more info at http://freedompens.org/
  13. Blogs
    Day One The first time I turned a pen, I think it took me a little over three hours. That was in a class with 11 other students and a very patient instructor (THANK YOU, Duane Hill). The next couple of pens went a little quicker, and as my skills improved a bit, I became more confident. So...
  14. Blogs
    Freedom Pens - Welcome Soliders! Fellow Jocks, two quick notes here. 1) Please don't take this as a political statement. I know we come from all over the world and each have our own beliefs. No matter what we feel about the Middle East, I appreciate our men and women that serve our country -...
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hello I am working to restore my 1941 Lane cedar hope chest. I got this chest when my mom was pregnant with me for my nursery. Over the years this poor chest has taken a beating. It has many scratches and large chips. So far in the restore process I have changed the lock on the chest because of...
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