Green woodwork: working with wood the natural way
Unseasoned wood requires minimal equipment, inexpensive materials, and less energy. But because it's "live" material, it shrinks and changes. See how to deal with these shifts, as well as find and judge the quality of raw material; tools and tool care; and techniques. Work with round wood and the shaving-horse, steam-bend wood for chairs; and make tool handles, fences, rakes, a pole-lathe for turning, and more.
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