March 21, 2006
March 21, 2006
The first volume in this series “Getting Started in Woodworking: Skill Building Projects that Teach the Basics” proved that a book specifically designed to address the needs of beginning woodworkers has broad appeal. The second and third books in the series focus on shop development, while this fourth book continues the use of projects as a means to learn and practice skills. Studies have shown that beginners need two things to continue their interest in woodworking: early success and increasing confidence. This book, like its predecessors is designed to do exactly that: give the reader projects they’ll be proud to own and the means to accomplish them successfully. The projects range from a computer cart (to store a CPU) to small trestle table and a bed. All of them have been chosen for maximum impact and doability for a novice. Making the simple desk which might retail at $1600 for less than 1/8 of the cost provides strong incentive to attempt construction. And this book provides all the instruction, support, and tips to help any serious beginner achieve their goal.
Genre: House + Home, Crafts + Hobbies
Sub-Genre: Woodworking, Furniture, Woodwork, Do-It-Yourself / Carpentry
- Genre: House + Home, Crafts + Hobbies
- Subgenre: Furniture, Woodworking, Do-It-Yourself / Carpentry, Woodwork
- Language: English
- Author: Joe Hurst-wajszczuk
- Online Item #: 11938163
- Store Item Number (DPCI): 248-27-7914
- ISBN: 9781561587964
- Item can be gift wrapped.
- Made in the USA or Imported