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Features 30 woodworking projects.
A collection of favorite box designs from the pages of Scroll Saw Woodworking and Crafts. Includes jewelry and keepsake boxes, music boxes, and unique one-of-a-kind boxes that hold everything from poker chips to flags. 29 favorite projects and patterns.
Fool your friends with wonderful wooden baskets that look like they were handwoven! Seasoned woodworkers John Nelson and William Guimond have revised their popular book to include full color photographs along with an additional 4 patterns. New patterns include small round basket with lid, small oval basket with lid, small rectangle basket with lid and ring box with lid.
"Learn the art of box making from one of the foremost experts of the craft. Through Doug Stowe's decades of experience, you'll learn the basic techniques to get started, as well as more advanced ways to approach finely crafted boxes"--Publisher website (publisher website (December 2007).
An incredible collection of more than 235 decorative and functional patterns and more than 100 projects. Many of these projects are ideal for the beginning scroller and can completed in an hour or less. Most do not require expert sawing skills or fancy equipment. Work with a variety of materials other than wood, including paper, plastic, and metal, and try your hand at using interesting finishes. A review of basic techniques and illustrated instructions help you complete these fun and easy projects.
Classical and whimisical boxes fill the pages of this book by author and scroll saw artist Diana Thompson. Step-by-step directions show you how to create these boxes using just a scroll saw; additional directions address using common woodshop equipment, such as bandsaws and a router. A special section on wood introduces you to the colors, grains, and characteristics of common and exotic woods.
Wood magazine has gathered scrollsawers’ finest techniques and projects in a pattern collection that any woodworker will treasure. Take the 80 patterns of animals, autos, birds, buildings, people, and places, and either follow the projects exactly as shown, incorporate the designs into a different piece, or do some mixing and matching. There’s plenty of technical advice, too.

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