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James Carter
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June 2006… James; receives a lathe from wife for his birthday. Fast forward though Seven years of YouTube tutorials, trial and error, and a whole lot of tenacity; when one winter day he visits his first Embroidery Seminar. It was there, he realized his calling.  Stitch in Turn was born of the idea that quality, hand-made embroidery tools should be affordable and accessible. Since that fateful day in 2013, Woodturning has become James only occupation. James’ passion for the art and skill of woodturning is evident in every piece he creates; his work has been showcased in numerous publications from around the world, and he’s actively working to help foster the next generation of craftsmen.

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