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I have built 2 churns and donated them to our local museum for sale in there gift shop.
I have a lot of problems getting the angles correct correct.
The size I have been building is 20" high with a 8" bottom and a 6" top.
Can you help me with measurements or plans?
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I have built 2 churns and donated them to our local museum for sale in there gift shop.
I have a lot of problems getting the angles correct correct.
The size I have been building is 20" high with a 8" bottom and a 6" top.
Can you help me with measurements or plans?
[email protected]
Welcome Aboard!

I guess your current measurements were just determined by you? Do they work?

Sounds like a unique project!

Any pictures / tutorial?
 

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Butter Churn

Thanks to Woodman42 I may have found the answer. I have no plans, I came across a site called "Beaver buckets" and found a churn they sell. I took a screen shot and sat down and figured out a size and started "trial and error" cutting. A picture is in my gallery of one of them. Again thanks Woodman42.
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Butter Churn Plans

I have built 2 churns and donated them to our local museum for sale in there gift shop.
I have a lot of problems getting the angles correct correct.
The size I have been building is 20" high with a 8" bottom and a 6" top.
Can you help me with measurements or plans?
[email protected]
Foxfire #3 (Anchor Publishing) has plans for making an authenic churn.
By the way, the pics were great.

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I am used to churns being made of pottery, except for the wood top with the hole in it.

Have never seen a wooden churn.

George
 
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