I made this to go on my beehouse come spring, and it is based on an exhibit at a local museum. As patron saint of beekeepers, St. Ambrose will probably not improve my beekeeping game, but at least it gave my lathe a chance to run off on my. Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
There is something magic about magic, and there is something weirdly relaxing about the Seventies, at least for those of us who have not actually lived there. Let me know what you think about this wand, and what the wizard (or witch) that used it would have looked like! Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
In the vein of many a video game inspired project (which reminds me to upload the “What have I done” on that subject), I give you the Skeleton Key, an item from Skyrim that served as an arcane master key. I have not quite gotten it to work yet, but I believe I am almost there… Watch how I made it and share it if you liked it! Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
This project started out as me turning a lidded box for this colorful indian spice mix that is supposed to help your digestion. It did help my turning skills, and to help whoever uses it to their helping I added a hidden feature to the central spire. Let me tell you, it has been hard resisting to make this any more clickbaity than it already is. Please share this project, enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!
Dust collection is a big topic in the shop these days, and so it should be. But some tools do not play well with a dust collector, and the lathe is on the top of that list with all those pesky shavings flying this way and that. So I came up with a solution that did not quite live up to my expectations, but even though I stopped using it, I give you – the lathe shroud. Let me know if you find some use for this in your shop! And as always, remember to be Inspired!