Backyard Play Areas You Can Make: Complete Plans and Instructions for Building Playhouses, Forts, and Swing Sets

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Stackpole Books, Jan 1, 1995 - House & Home - 151 pages
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Provides lists of materials, diagrams, and step-by-step instructions for fifteen construction projects, including a hideaway, bunkhouse, cottage, and classic swing set

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Backyard play areas you can make: complete plans and instructions for building playhouses, forts, and swing sets

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Gerhards, a woodworker and author (e.g., How To Sell What You Make, LJ 2/15/90), takes pains to explain the basic concepts and lingo that underlie all types of construction, with particular focus on ... Read full review

Contents

Materials and Hardware 3 Framing Fundamentals
11
THE PROJECTS
20
Hideaway 41 8 Classic Swing Set
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About the author (1995)

Paul Gerhards is the author of the previous edition of How to Sell What You Make and several woodworking books. He lives in Vancouver, Washington.

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