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Since 03/09/2013.

This site is designed to keep members up to date with all aspects of the IWG’s Chapter in Dublin, Ireland, as well as let others see what we do.

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 Jan - Goblet with captive ring(s)

 Feb - A Bowl

 Mar - Table Lamp

 Apr - 250x60x60

 May - Open

 Jun - Laminated/Segmented

 Jul - Fruit

 Aug - Clock

 Sep - A Hollow Format

 Oct - Three-legged Stool

 Nov - AGM

 Dec - Christmas Item

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Apr. Sat. Demo: Christy Glynn

Apr. Sat. Comp: 250x60x60

Apr. Wed. Demo: Seamus Carter

A Spanish Seminar!

The editor visited a woodturning seminar in the charming Spanish village of Vilafames where he witnessed the most exquisitely delicate woodturning of Jean Francois Escoulen who produced his signature “Trembler” (see picture). Also a Spanish woodturner who electrocuted a platter! More in the May issue of the Newsletter.




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Sat : Christy             Glynn

Wed: Seamus             Carter


Wed: tbc

For additional month’s demonstrators see the Meetings pages.


Sat : Robert          O’Connor

Wed: Pat           Walsh


Wed: tbc


Sat : Roger     Bennett (tbc)

Wed: Willie             Reville


Wed: tbc

DWT Annual Seminar

Scheduled for May 6th and will feature the top-class Irish woodturner Robert O’Connor.

A Journey into the Nature of Bog Oak.

The March Saturday Meeting described a lesson in patience. Eamonn Heffernan explained the process that oak and other woods went through having been discovered in bogs, and subsequently made into works of art.

Having dug up and cleaned up bog oak, for example, it can take another four years before a piece can be fashioned into the final article. Still, it’s worth the wait. A typical piece of bog oak could be several thousand years old, and although its not capable of being turned, in the hands of a  master,  a thing of create beauty can be produced which has an almost sacred quality, given its age. More pictures are on the Meetings page and a detailed description is available in the April Newsletter.