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You’ve come to the award-winning home of one of the oldest woodturning clubs in the U.S. We bring woodturners of all skill levels together to share ideas and techniques, and we promote woodturning as both a craft and an art form.

What we do.

At our  meetings, you’ll see wood-turning demonstrations, share ideas, and have a chance to show off your work. We had been meeting via Zoom, but we've resumed in-person meetings at the Brookfield Craft Center.

Get to know us.

We urge you to visit the site often to see the wide range of our members' creativity  and to check the upcoming events page  for meetings, classes, and demos. We hope you like what you see, join the club, and participate in our regular challenges.

Try this at home: The Flutemaster Jig

This was one of the first videos we presented at a Zoom meeting. Alan Ganek showed how he set up jigs to mark a turning for flutes, then cut the flutes with an attachment fitted to a trim router. It's an easily duplicated technique for adding a little extra something to your turning.

Click on the image at the left to view Alan's video.

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The AAW is the world's largest organization devoted to work on the lathe. We urge all Nutmeg members to also join the AAW.

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Our club has a long and rewarding association with the Brookfield Craft Center, which offers a wide range of classes in turning, weaving, jewelry, pottery, digital arts, and more.


Join the ongoing discussions on our Facebook group. Members can share images of their work, see what others are doing, and keep up with club events.


Join the club's Google Group to stay in touch with other Nutmeggers. This is a great resource if you have tools to sell or wood to share, or if you're in the market for tools or wood.

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