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Studio Tour

Doug’s Turnings is part of the Carroll County Artists’ Studio Tour December 4th and 5th. This is a free self-guided tour of many open shops and studios of artists throughout Carroll County. Read more about the Carroll County Artists’ Studio … Read More

Learn to Turn

Come out for a half day and learn a little something about turning wood. I enjoy teaching and passing on my experience. In the long run I hope to encourage many to invest some of their time into developing turning … Read More

Cutting Bowl Blanks from a Log

The first creative step in wood turning is with cutting down a tree and getting it loaded on the trailer with a focus on getting the most from each piece of wood. If you cut a tree down and lop … Read More

Acrylic (plexiglas) Welding

I wanted to share a little project with you on a display case I’m making for the Taneytown History Museum. The bottom will be a basic wood box, while the top (what you see here) will be a Plexiglas or … Read More

Silver Maple Bowl
Shop for a Beautiful Wood Product

Shopping at Douglas Heck Turnings I have discontinued my Etsy shop and am working on creating a Square.Online shop.  FAQs: Shop, Ordering, & Payment

Blogs about Logs

Acrylic (plexiglas) Welding Sourcing Wood Weeping Cherry Woodturning Projects A Rough-Turned Maple Bowl In-Progress The New Laguna REVO 1836 Lathe Welcome to My Website . . . Turned Maple Vase In Progress I’m Turning Bigger Bowls Now Playing in the … Read More

Turning Safety Rules and Recommendations

  Wood turning is a wonderful activity. These rules and recommendations are designed to help you get the most out of your experience. As you turn, I’ll give you tips to achieve a good result and avoid problems. The sounds … Read More

My Story

INFO@DOUGSTURNINGS.COM | 410-259-6406 I am a self-taught Carroll County wood turner, enjoying the beautiful wood that God has given us. He puts the beauty in – I get to show it off. I began turning wood in 2004, finding that … Read More

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