The Big Book of Weekend Woodworking

The Big Book of Weekend Woodworking

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Every woodworker will want to own this colorful, information-packed, mammoth resource for weekend crafting. It's filled with 150 classic projects, and features an introductory section that walks readers through the various planning stages. It's all covered: selecting the right wood, working with patterns, gluing, and finishing. Novices can effortlessly make simple mirrors, shelves, clocks, and jewelry boxes, while those with slightly more advanced skills can try the small cupboard, blanket chest, or side table. For outdoors, there are whimsical weathervanes, whirligigs, plants stands, and trellises. Some of the sweetest items are just for kids, such as animal pull toys, wheeled cars, puzzles, a winged rocking chair, and vintage-style doll accessories. Every project include finishes or surface decoration options, plus drawings and patterns.Core box bits are like cove bits, except that they come in smaller sizes and dona#39;t have ball-bearing guides. Put the router in a router ... Put the stock for the gooseneck on the bench and trace the shape of the pediment onto it. Use this as a guide to lay out the entire molding, as shown in the drawing. Cut the molding to shapeanbsp;...

Title:The Big Book of Weekend Woodworking
Author:John A. Nelson, Joyce C. Nelson
Publisher:Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. - 2005


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