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Features 30 woodworking projects.
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.
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.
“Contains 235 scroll-saw patterns for more than 100 projects, includes holiday ornaments, shelves, clocks and logscapes. Many are ideal for the beginner and can be completed in an hour or less.”—Woodshop News. “Arguably the best-known and most prolific woodworking author, Spielman has created another winner that is sure to please woodworkers of all skill levels. Essential for public libraries.”—Library Journal.
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.
"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).
American Woodworker magazine, A New Track Media publication, has been the premier publication for woodworkers all across America for 25 years. We are committed to providing woodworkers like you with the most accurate and up-to-date plans and information -- including new ideas, product and tool reviews, workshop tips and much, much more.
Presents 450 patterns for scroll saw projects, including wall plaques, refrigerator magnets, candle holders, alphabet letters, numbers, jewelry, ornaments, shelves, and picture frames, and projects using recess, relief, marquetry, and inlay techniques.
Easy-to-follow text. Helpful photographs.
American Woodworker magazine, A New Track Media publication, has been the premier publication for woodworkers all across America for 25 years. We are committed to providing woodworkers like you with the most accurate and up-to-date plans and information -- including new ideas, product and tool reviews, workshop tips and much, much more.
Making wooden boxes.
For carving, scrolling, and woodburning fun, nothing beats these colorful chunky brainteasers. Combine a clever puzzle and a fun playset in one handy box. Inside this book you’ll find 10 imaginative projects that are sure to captivate and delight everyone who sees them. Carve or scroll a farm in a barn, dragons in their lair, princesses in a castle, Santas at the North Pole, the Nativity in a manger, and more. Each cute puzzle can be completed in just one weekend. Full-size, ready-to-transfer patterns include woodburning detail lines to enhance each piece. Detailed cutting and painting instructions include step-by-step photos, material/tool lists, and painting guides. These self-contained puzzles are perfect to display or give to friends and family. They’re fun to assemble, but just as entertaining to play with. You’ll burn a puzzle solution onto the back of each carrying case—but try to put the pieces back into place without peeking!
Step-by-step instructions for making a salt box, pipe box, candle box, and blanket chest, more.
“Taylor offers a wealth of information about cutting and piecing together veneers and describes the techniques for using either hand or power tools. The second half shows readers how to inlay decorative elements into wood. Taylor is first-rate in making sense of a some-what unforgiving technique. Excellent.”—Library Journal Exquisite designs, exotic woods, and skills anyone can master! With marquetry (attaching a design to a wood surface), or inlay (inserting small pieces of wood into the grain) even the simplest objects can become artistic and sophisticated pieces. Here's the best, most beautifully illustrated guide for learning a wonderful variety of woodworking techniques and achieving high-quality results. From corner banding and stringing to irregular shapes, circular motifs, rosettes, and purfling, all the processes are broken down and shown in crisp photos, accompanied by easy-to-follow instructions. Best of all, even the beginner can succeed in doing excellent work by following the directions for using either hand or machine tools. Here's the perfect chance to use rich looking, expensive woods, in small, affordable amounts, on projects such as a Box Lid, Writing Desktop, Violin, or Coffee Table. .
Clear instructions and diagrams for making charming jointed toys: Boy on a Dragon, Rolling Clown, Teddy Bear, Parrot, Horse and other charming figures. Paint or color with permanent marking pens. Reusable transfer patterns.

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