To Make a Tobacco Pipe out of Cherry wood, you have to Sketch the outline for your pipe onto the side of a piece of cherry wood. You need to Separate the pipe into bowl and stem as they will be made separately to allow for cleaning. After that, cut out the bowl and stem from the block of wood along the line you drew. Then, Mark and drill out the bowl with using a one inch brad point drill bit. You must cut down about 3/4 inch into the block to form a suitable bowl.
You should Drill through the stem using a long 1/16 inch drill bit and set the stem aside. Next, Shape the bowl using a belt sander clamped to a table. You have to be careful not to shape the bowl too closely to the hole you drilled into it. You can leave about 1/2 inch of wood around the bowl itself to keep the heat from damaging the wood. Forth, Shape the stem using a belt sander.
You need to keep the drill bit inside the hole you drilled out extended slightly to give you a good idea of where the stem tube is located. After that, Shape one tip of the stem into a mount piece and the other to a 1/4 inch diameter tube. You must Drill a 1/4 inch diameter hole into the bowl piece, right at the bottom of the drilled out bowl so that the carved stem can be inserted into the bowl tightly. Then, Sand all surfaces of the pipe smooth and add any decorative carvings, coatings or sealants to the outside surfaces of the pipe. You can Place a little of your favorite tobacco into the bowl, light and enjoy.