As of 2015, woodworkers can find segmented bowl patterns at WoodGears.ca, WoodTurningOnline.com and SegmentedTurning.com. SegmentedTurning.com offers several segmented wooden bowl patterns, including a penholder pattern and a vase pattern. The patterns provide information necessary to complete the piece, but fail to offer advice or the number of wooden pieces required.
SegmentedTurning.com shows pictures of completed patterns so that the woodworker has an idea of what to expect in the finished piece. The woodworker clicks the title of the project to find the free pattern.
WoodTurningOnline.com offers free plans for segmented wood projects for beginners and advance woodworkers. This website offers patterns for lamps, bowls, candlesticks and platters. The woodworker clicks on the name of the pattern he wants to try. This site also offers a beginners guide to working with segmented wood, and sells books on the subject.
WoodGears.ca offers a single pattern for segmented wood turning. The pattern is a bowl that resembles a vase. It features a step-by-step guide made up of photographs to show how each piece needs to be marked and how it goes together. The pattern includes a description of the types of tools used to put together the bowl, measurements at each stage of production, and a photograph of the final vase. It also gives detailed information on removing the finished piece from the face plate.