Intermediate Lathe Techniques: Bowls and Platters

  • February 29, 2020
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • 35 Frost St, Brattleboro, VT
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  • Refund Policy: Full refunds or a class credit can be provided if you cancel at least 48 hours before the start of the class by contacting HatchSpace at, by calling 802-257-3935, or in person. There are no refunds, transfers, make-ups or deferments for missed classes. Cancellation Policy: HatchSpace reserves the right to cancel any class for any reason. A class may be canceled in the event the minimum number of students for the class is not reached. In this case, registrants will receive a full refund or class credit, and notified by valid email provided at registration.

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Intermediate Lathe Techniques:

Bowls and Platters

In this class we will review the fundamentals of turning bowls and plates. The specific focus will be on turning a shallow bowl, which allows the practitioner to learn all of the techniques necessary to launch into a very wide variety of face-turning applications with minimal specialized tools. We will spend some initial time discussing design considerations and examining the workings of lathe chucks and face plates. The primary tools will be bowl gouges. Materials and tools will be provided. 

Safety is an overarching objective, so please consider wearing short-sleeved shirts or sleeves that can be rolled up, and keep long hair up when possible. Class size is limited to allow each person the opportunity to focus on their work and minimize distractions while providing for group support and discussion. 

Saturday February 29, 2020- 9AM-12:00 PM- $55 

Instructor: Jeff Bower

Jeff Bower is a hobbyist wood turner, living in Marlboro, with long connections to Brattleboro. His primary studio time is spent on turning bowls, platters, lidded boxes, and the occasional Dragon Egg, and in augmenting the wood grain aesthetic with resins, epoxies, metals and minerals. He has been turning routinely for the past 8 years. See some examples of Jeff’s work at .  

HatchSpace is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization  •  35 Frost Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301  •  •  (802)257-3935
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