Woodworking for the Weekend

20 Projects Using Reclaimed Timber

Woodworking for the Weekend
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Format: Paperback / softback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9781782400578
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20 projects using reclaimed timber. If youve always admired experienced makers woodwork but felt too daunted to try wood as a hobby yourself, Woodworking in a Weekend will change your mind. Twenty easy-to-make projects will give you the confidence to give wood a try, and each project gives such good results that even beginners will want to make them all. Projects are laid out like recipes: ingredients, techniques, and steps to follow and there are fast fixes to cover your back if you make a mistake. So whether you fancy making a Shaker-barn-style chicken house, a sun lounger on wheels or a modern-but-rustic table with bench seats, youll find it here in a truly appealing and achievable form.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9781782400578
Illustrations: Illustrated in colour throughout
Size: 8.622 in x 10.866 in / 219 mm x 276 mm
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