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My first Wood Turning Project - Salt & Pepper Mill

A pretty basic set of salt and pepper mills. 10" tall. But it is the first items Ive ever turned on a lathe. Guess which is salt and which is pepper...lol


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A pretty basic set of salt and pepper mills. 10" tall. But it is the first items Ive ever turned on a lathe. Guess which is salt and which is pepper...lol
I'd like to try a set myself. Would you please tell me where you got the kits & what kits they were?

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Woodcraft is where I purchased the hardware and the maple blank. The walnut was a piece I had left over from a table I made. From the kit you can download instructions on how to make them. I watched several u-tube videos as well. I picked out a shape that i wanted to make and from there I just went for it.
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Woodcraft is where I purchased the hardware and the maple blank. The walnut was a piece I had left over from a table I made. From the kit you can download instructions on how to make them. I watched several u-tube videos as well. I picked out a shape that i wanted to make and from there I just went for it.
Thanks. I had seen the pepper kits there but I guess I didn't notice the salt kits. I'll have to check them out.

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