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Building Small Projects: The New Best of Fine Woodworking


Editors of Fine Woodworking


Building Small Projects: The New Best of Fine Woodworking


Crafts, Hobbies & Home

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Taunton Press (September 18, 2004)




Home Improvement and Design



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Building Small Projects: The New Best of Fine Woodworking by Editors of Fine Woodworking

Building Small Projects offers ways to build skills by completing useful items. From the editors of Fine Woodworking-the dream team of woodworking professionals-this is the ultimate visual reference for woodworkers of every skill level.
Unlike most woodworking projects, these are items I would put in my home or proudly give as presents.

BUT...the directions and terms used are a challenge for a beginner -like me! Luckily the photos clearly show some steps being done.

Be prepared to look up some woodworking terms and read over the instructions until you completely understand them ...I wasted some beautiful wood first off.

I humbly recommend doing them in pine first, as I learned the hard (and expensive!) way.
I bought this book because I was teaching an intro woodworking course at a university and was looking for project ideas. While the projects in this book are "small", they are not necessarily projects for beginning woodworkers. It was a poor assumption on my part, but that's what these reviews are for I guess. The projects are pretty much just a collection of Fine Woodworking Articles and thus are well thought out and designed. Good illustrations make it easy to understand as well.
Not many projects and need specialty tools
Perfect for the home wood worker looking for small items to make. Hubby will be making the stool for our new great granddaughter 2017 Christma
Proyectos muy complicados que requieren herramientas costosas.
These projects are a lot of fun to do, and since they are small, you can do them in a day or two of effort and beer.
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Disclaimers: I like Fine Woodworking Magazine; I like working with hand tools; and, I would really like to produce well crafted projects like those presented in this book.

The twenty small projects presented in this book require woodworking skills, and tools, ranging from basic to somewhat advanced. Many of the projects can be constructed with a modest collection of hand tools and a modicum of patience.

As always, the photography, illustrations and editing of each article is quite good. (Did I mention that I really like Fine Woodworking Magazine?) This book is well organized and presented.

I will certainly be giving copies of this book as presents over the holiday season.
This book has some great projects in it but is somewhat lacking in detail on some of them. Overall a worthwhile investment.

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