I've run into a roadblock. I need a small pull turned from white oak for the Stickley clock I am building. As a duly deputized member of the "Ambassador's School of American Woodworking" I do not own a lathe. I've thought about trying to turn it in the drill press with bench chisels, but that just does not strike me as something that would leave all my extremities in tact.
Its a small pull, perhaps 3/8" wide with a 1/2 depth. It would have a 3/8" long 1/4" tenon. Here's as good a picture as I could find of the original. Not much to go on, but if you're a turner you could likely figure it out.
Of course I will pay for wood, time, postage, packaging, and weed your garden. Well, if you bring the garden to Idaho.