Graham took us through two different forms of turned Christmas Tree production. The first technique involved using an off-centre production with three points off centre and some coloured pencils (although these were only to ease keeping track of which cut to make next). For a more detailed view of this process click here. The second technique kept most people (well certainly me) guessing until very close to the end and produced a turned tree with a star on top. To see how this was done click here.
Above: The offcentre trees coloured with green paint procurred for £1 at B&M. Below: The star topped tree