September 26, 2022

Woody Woodworking

and its tools

Turning Celtic Eggs

1 min read

Just in time for Easter!

The "Celtic knotโ€ was a favorite design of the ancient Celts who once dominated the British Isles, so-called because it appears to be formed by interwoven loops of rope. In woodworking, craftsmen create Celtic knots by gluing up intersecting layers of wood, and then turning the stock on a lathe so the layers appear to form intertwined loops. This decorative technique can be used to enhance any turned item, and Nick shows you how to use it to create elegant decorative wooden eggs. Better yet, he shows how to expand this process to create an infinite variety of designs.

DETAILED PLANS AND INSTRUCTIONS for creating the eggs, measured drawings for the jig Nick uses to make the turning stock, and FULL-SIZE templates for the eggs and their display stand (all with measurements in BOTH INCHES AND MILLIMETERS) are available at .

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