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We hope you’ve been enjoying our #SkillCentreAtHome Series. From our Turning Tuesday and Thursday to our new Workshop Wednesday, so many of you have been tuning in and showing your support. Your comments, questions, and your pictures of projects are what make it. Keep them coming in!

Your projects

We’ve been bringing the Skill Centre experience to you with woodworking projects and top tips from our expert tutors straight to your home. Along the way you’ve been sharing what you’ve been making.


Skill Centre At Home – Three live sessions every week!

Live Turning Tuesday and Thursday 4pm

Woodturning Tutor, Colwin Way, takes you through woodturning projects for all abilities. He shares all the tips and tricks he’s learned on his life-long woodturning journey.

Colwin

Live Workshop Wednesday 4pm

All things woodworking workshop! Head of Staff Training and Woodworking Tutor, Craig Steele, with woodworking tips and projects to improve your skills.

Craig

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Tell us what you want to see. We’ve got lots of project ideas and tips for you, but if there’s something you want to see, let us know. Simply comment here or use #SkillCentreAtHome on our Social channels with what you want to see.

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Phil Parrish
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Phil Parrish

Can you show how to make jam chucks?

Jim French
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Jim French

Thankyou so much colwin and Charlie absolutely first class as good as being at the club

Keith Sterling
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Keith Sterling

Hi Colwin I guess it may take to long but how about making a carriage clock? Or something along those lines.

Hazell Evans
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Hazell Evans

Hi Collin, my husband has watched you from the beginning on my Facebook, as he does not do social media. I asked him if he could make me a turned square cornered Chinese/Japanese pergola box. He is quietly going through a small forest of wood as he keeps on losing the corners or the flat edges, in the interest of our marriage can you please help and demonstrate making one. Thank you Hazell Evans

Melvyn Francks
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Melvyn Francks

Colwin Way talks about line drawings and plans being available for his christmas projects, but I just cannot find them. It may be my inadequency in finding my way around the internet. I always watch the shill centre at home videos on Tuesday and Thursday. Can someone give me a step by step guide.

Melvyn Francks
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Melvyn Francks

Can someone give me a step by step guide as to where I can find the line drawings and plans for Colwin Way’s christmas projects on his Tuesday and Thursday Videos

Lillie Filtness
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Hello Melvyn, I have sent these to your email for you. I hope you enjoy the projects!

Paul Monks
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Paul Monks

I am looking to purchase my first woodturning lathe and I cannot decide between the AC355WL or the AT350WL. Since this will be my first lathe would it be prudent to purchase the AC355WL, which will leave me with more money to purchase tools, chuck, sharpening equipment etc.
Also what bench grinder / tool sharpening jig would you recommend for start-up,
My initial thoughts are to buy the AC355WL and maybe invest more with respect to the tool sharpening side of things
Any advice would be welcome
Thanks

William Brennan
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William Brennan

I have just bought the AF350. Great machine.

David Robertson
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David Robertson

Colwin’s eyes are quite spectacular in the photograph above!

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