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Reply Ray
5:43 AM on January 25, 2016 
Tom Ackley says...
Would be nice to start a club here locally.

We do have a woodturning club that usually meets in Wellsboro. The next meeting will be between Galeton and Coudersport on Saturday February 5th. You are welcome to come.
Reply Tom Ackley
9:59 AM on January 22, 2016 
Would be nice to start a club here locally.
Reply Knots In Your Head Woodworking Studio
9:08 PM on October 12, 2015 
Your stoppers are great and at a great price, too. I tried the Medium CA Finish. Good stuff! Now thats all I use on pens, razors,and all the small stuff.Great website.
Reply oldsalt
7:39 PM on September 17, 2014 
I just received your T-Handle corkscrew kit. I can't seem to find any instructions on how to do the handles or what bushing to use.
Sure could use your help o this.
Reply Dave
3:09 PM on August 19, 2014 
Just finished my second bottle stopper, had someone contact me last night and wanted 4 of them. Oh my...lol
Just placed an order for more stoppers.
Reply David
9:11 AM on August 12, 2014 
Just starting out, turned my first bottle stopper last weekend, think it turned out nice for my first project. Love the site and prices are reasonable. Looking forward to my new hobby with the possibility of selling some...who knows. Thanks for sending stoppers so fast...will be ordering from you again.
Reply Marsha
6:41 AM on April 25, 2014 
I absolutely love your beautiful pieces of art...you are incredible Raymond...Fred loves his custom made pen with the picture of his late father...Thank you so very much!
Reply Chuck McNamee
9:12 AM on March 9, 2014 
Great stuff, very nice and service too. I just bought my 1st lathe, a hobby for now that will at least hopefully pay for itself after a while. I've only done a few pens and my 1st bottle stopper yesterday, fun stuff, 53 years old, who says old dogs can't learn new tricks.

The only problem I have is that I only have the use of one hand, so far turning small pieces and going slowly I have no problem controlling the tools but if you have any tips or know of any good reads about it I'd appreciate any info on the subject.

Thanks for a great site.
Reply Will
7:08 PM on February 9, 2014 
Love this site
Reply Charlie
11:55 AM on January 1, 2014 
Great website! Looking forward to researching the article about making pens from paperback books. I turn a lot of pens and vessels from poplar and cover them with Japanese Washi paper. Beautiful designs! Would enjoy seeing your workspace. Will sign up as a member. Happy New Year! Charlie, Redemption Workshop, Farmersville, Texas.