Classic American Furniture
Geared to amateur and intermediate woodworkers, this series covers everything from using a handsaw to refinishing an antique. Full-color illustrations and step-by-step instructions show how to perform specific woodworking tasks.
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CLASSIC AMERICAN FURNITURE STYLES
Anatomy of a Pembroke table
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adjust aligned angle arm posts assembly attached back panel band saw bar clamps bedposts bevel blade blank bolt bookcase bore bottom end carcase chisel corner curved dado head desk unit diameter dovetail dovetail joint drawknife drill dust frames end boards end rail fall-front false front featherboard fence finial flush fly rail furniture glued gouge groove headboard hinges hold holes inch insert inside face install kerfs length loper mark miter gauge mortise-and-tenon mortises notches Once outline Pembroke table pilot bearing pins plate plywood pommel Protecting the stock Queen Anne rabbet rake angle router screw seat secure shape shaving horse shown at left side panel side stretchers slots spindles spokeshave spread glue square stiles stop block style surface table saw tails taper template tenon Test-fit testers top edge top end try square turn vase sections veneer waste wedges width Windsor chair wood buttons wood pads workpiece