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Sounds like the problem you are having with your skew is you were either not riding the bevel or you were trying to turn uphill, at which point you will get a catch that will end up threading a portion of your spindle. If you are turning the end of the ornament without the tailstock it is extremely important to put pressure on the wood opposite the bevel of the tool with your fingers.
Actually, this is a page which follows a logical progression as I think my way through making a pierced wood or lace ornament. Jobsite or in wood turned ornaments for sale the shop, this saw for benches is that they should step to ensure your wood surfaces. These light-weight Christmas ornaments are small-scale wood turnings, hand-made on my lathe.
These are truly Texas Christmas ornaments - each one is crafted here in Texas using local woods - primarily Honey Mesquite, Texas Ebony, Huisache, Live Oak and spalted Pecan. Please note - that stand is not included with the ornaments, and NO - it is not for sale separately.
The icicle and capping finial were turned from the very dark brown-black heartwood of our native Texas Ebony tree. This is a beautiful, small and delicate, crown-shaped ornament turned from moderately-burly Texas Honey Mesquite. This is a very nice ornament with a crown-shaped globe turned from very dark brown Texas Black Walnut heartwood. This is a very nice ornament with an elongated globe turned from rosy-red Texas Huisache (aka Sweet Acacia). This is another very pretty ornament with a top-shaped globe turned from "Purple Heart" Texas Eastern Red Cedar. This is another beautiful, small and delicate, top-shaped ornament turned from moderately-burly Texas Honey Mesquite. This is a very nice, essentially round ornament, also turned from spalted, native Texas Pecan.
The icicle and capping finial were turned from the very dark brown-black heartwood of our native Texas Ebony tree, and the color goes well with the spalted and burnished lines. This is a fairly large and attractive ornament with a flattened-oval Texas Honey Mesquite globe. This is another fairly large and very attractive ornament with a crown-shaped globe turned from our Texas Live Oak. The icicle and capping finial were turned from very dark brown Texas Ebony heartwood, terminated in smaller crown-like knobs.
This is smaller but very attractive ornament with a crown-shaped globe turned from spalted Texas Ebony.


The globe has also been hollowed to produce a very light-weight ornament that will not rest too heavily on your Christmas tree. This is another fairly large and very attractive ornament with a top-shaped globe turned from our Texas Live Oak.
The icicle and capping finial were turned from a strongly-grained Post Oak (I really like that grain pattern).
This is a very nice, medium-size, ball-type ornament turned in our local Texas Ash and Mesquite.
This is another very nice, medium-size, ball-type ornament turned in beautiful spalted Texas Ebony and Live Oak. This is another fairly small but very attractive ornament with a crown-shaped globe turned from spalted Texas Ebony. This is another fairly small but very attractive ornament with an oval globe turned from spalted Texas Ebony.
This is a very attractive ornament with a top-shaped globe turned from very dark, spalted Texas Ebony.
This is a small ornament with an acorn-shaped globe turned from Texas Pecan and with a finial and icicle turned from Texas Bodark (Osage Orange).
This is a beautiful ornament with a top-shaped globe turned from very dark, spalted Texas Ebony. This is a very pretty ornament turned in light-brown curly Texas Ash with a dark brown, almost black Texas Ebony finial and icicle.
This is a very pretty ornament with a crown-shaped globe turned from very dark, spalted Texas Ebony. This is another very pretty ornament turned in light-brown curly Texas Ash with a dark brown, almost black Texas Ebony finial and icicle. This is a very attractive ornament with a top-shaped globe turned from Texas Honey Mesquite. The icicle and capping finial were turned from the light brown wood of our native Texas Persimmon tree.
This is a beautiful ornament with a top-shaped globe turned from a nicely-figured piece of Texas Persimmon.
This is another fairly large and very attractive ornament with a flattened-oval Texas Honey Mesquite globe.
This is another beautiful ornament with a crown-shaped globe turned from a nicely-figured piece of Texas Persimmon. This is another pretty ornament turned in spalted Texas Bodark with a light brown, Black Cherry finial and icicle.


This is another beautiful Texas Persimmon ornament, this time with a teardrop-shaped globe.
This is another pretty ornament turned in well-figured, spalted Texas Bodark with a matching finial and icicle. This beautiful small ornament has a globe turned from a very nice piece of classic Texas Honey Mesquite. This is a very nice small ornament turned in our exotic Texas Ebony and Huisache (aka - Sweet Acacia, and pronounced "wee-sash").
This is a very nice, medium-size ornament turned in our exotic Texas Huisache (aka - Sweet Acacia, pronounced "wee-sash") and Texas Ebony. This is a very nice, larger-size ornament turned from our exotic Texas Huisache (aka - Sweet Acacia) and Texas Ebony. This is a beautiful, medium-size ornament with a flattened globe turned from spalted Texas Sycamore. This is another beautiful and fairly large ornament turned from spalted Texas Sycamore and Texas Ebony.
This is a beautiful small ornament turned from spalted Texas Sycamore and Texas Honey Mesquite.
This is a gorgeous little ornament turned from Black Cherry and African Cocobolo (I know - Cocobolo is not a Texas wood, but a friend gave me some and I have to use it somewhere!). This is a very nice spherical globe ornament turned in Texas Bodark (Bois d'Arc or Osage Orange) with a finial and icicle of Texas Ebony. This is a beautiful and delicate ornament in a heavily spalted Texas Pecan and Texas Ebony.
I was not sure what I wanted for such an ornament, but some ideas came together as I turned.
It has been hollowed to produce a very lightweight ornament, and was sanded to 1000 grit and finished with multiple coats of lacquer.
It has also been hollowed to produce a very lightweight ornament, and was sanded to 1000 grit and finished with multiple coats of lacquer. Secondly, I wanted a ball ornament similar to the old ones my mother hung when I was quite small, but in wood, not glass. I tried getting a spindle round between centers and then chucked it and used the tailstock, created a taper of some sorts and then started shaping it, i wanted a point at the bottom of the ornament, so i was getting it close to the shape, and then turned the point just before the spur center, then backed away tailstock and continued.



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