Building for the Lawn and Garden

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Rodale Press, Aug 1, 1958 - Crafts & Hobbies - 384 pages
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You don't need to spend lots of time and money or be highly skilled in woodworking to fill your yard with handsome projects. All you need is this pictorial guide, and you can make dozens of imaginative and practical plans for your deck, patio, lawn, or garden. What's more, you can build everything here -- from picnic tables and potting benches to barbecue gear and landscape enhancements -- with ordinary materials, simple tools, and basic know-how. You'll find complete shopping lists, exploded drawings, and a guide to costs and time needed to complete each project.

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John Kelsey is a trained furniture maker and the founder of Cambium Press. He is the author of several books, including "Furniture Projects for the Deck and Lawn" and "Furniture Projects for the Porch and Patio," He lives in Newtown, Connecticut.

Ian Kirby is a designer, furniture maker, and writer who was trained in the British arts-and-crafts tradition. He is the author of "The Accurate Router," "The Accurate Tablesaw," and "Sharpening with Waterstones," He lives in Connecticut.

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