Country Pine: Furniture You Can Make with the Table Saw and Router

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Reader's Digest, 1995 - Crafts & Hobbies - 320 pages
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For those with an interest in country furniture, here are 30-plus woodworking projects. They range from small, easy-to-build items like candle boxes and footstools to chests, tables and cupboards. Each is a faithful reproduction of an antique.

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Contents

Open Bucket Bench
7
Making a Board
13
DropLeaf Kitchen Table
19
Copyright

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Bill Hylton lives in Little Rock with his wife and two adopted children. He has two grown sons. One lives with Bill's three grandchildren in the beautiful Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. The other is a business consultant in Dallas with season tickets to the Cowboys. After serving three years in the Army, Bill earned his JD from Razorback law school. Leaving Fayetteville, he almost passed Bill Clinton who was arriving to teach at the Hog law school. He practiced law in several places and served for a time as a District Judge in Salem, Arkansas. Bill has been writing fiction off and on for many years. He has a collection of award winning short stories that will soon be published. The Vindication Obsession is his second attempt at writing a novel. It has been years in the making, a learning process consisting of countless tedious hours cranking out uninspired words with an increasing number of aha moments as it finally all came together. Friend up with Bill on Facebook and connect on LinkedIn. Email him at wwhylton@sbcglobal.net.

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