In the Craftsman Style: Building Furniture Inspired by the Arts and Crafts Tradition

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Fine Woodworking
Taunton Press, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 170 pages
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Encompassing the Craftsman, Mission, Greene and Greene, and Stickley styles, this book gives readers detailed instructions for creating Arts and Crafts pieces at all levels. Step-by-step color photos walk them through the process of building a classic Arts and Crafts chair, bookcase, sideboard, blanket chest, clock, and mantel, among other pieces. 70 illustrations.
 

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While this is a fairly good book information wise it is only 170 pages including the index and references and is made with rather substandard cover and paper. I dont expect it to last but my husband ... Read full review

In the Craftsman Style: Building Furniture Inspired by the Arts & Crafts Tradition

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Arts and crafts furniture was originally created in the early 20th century as a backlash against increasing industrialization and mass production (although, ironically, this style became so popular ... Read full review

Contents

Style Design 5 Techniques
35
Arts and Crafts Reborn Coffee Table Is Spare and Sturdy
43
Thomas Hugh Stangehnd 22 Stickley Done Lightly
52
Barbara Mayer 28 Hefty Sofa Table with a Delicate Touch
60
Building an ArtsandCrafts Sideboard
68
Part
78
Gary Rogowski
86
A Blanket Chest with Legs
96
Craftsman Wall Cabinet
104
Pear Mantel Clock
116
A Mantel with a Mission
124
StickleyStyle Legs
132
Cabinet for a Wall
147
Contributors
164
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Fine Woodworking has been publishing the best woodworking information for small shop woodworkers since 1975.

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