Profitable Woodworking: Turning Your Hobby Into a Profession

Front Cover
Taunton Press, 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 151 pages
0 Reviews

A step-by-step guide to planning and setting up a small woodworking business. Edic provides insight into the working lives of professional woodworkers and includes advice to counteract any problems that may be encountered.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Selected pages

Contents

CAN I MAKE A LIVING AS A WOODWORKER?
2
THE THINGS YOU MAKE AND SELL
11
THE BUSINESS STUFF
18
SETTING UP SHOP
25
FINDING THE RIGHT SPACE
32
WHO WILL BUY MY WORK?
44
GARY MEIXNER AND PITTSFORD LUMBER FROM THE SUPPLIER SIDE
53
HOW MUCH MONEY DO I NEED?
55
DEVELOPING A PRODUCT LINE ON THE SIDE
96
BUSINESS SKILLS
98
RICHARD EDIC A CABINETMAKER GOES TO OUTSIDE SOURCING
108
WOODWORKING SKILLS FROM A BUSINESS POINT OF VIEW
110
KEEPING THINGS TOGETHER
116
GALLERIES AND THE ART WORLD
121
SAMANTHA STEIN FOUND MATERIALS AND A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE
130
THE NONTRADITIONAL WOODWORKER
132

BUILDING A PORTFOLIO AND A REPUTATION
67
JOHN DODD THE FINE ART OF SELLING YOUR OWN DESIGNS
73
MARKETING THE KEY TO SUCCESS
75
PAUL AND BONNIE RUNG LLEWELLYN HOUSE FURNITURE
85
HOW TO DEVELOP AND SELL A PRODUCT LINE
87
PROFIT CENTERS
137
THE FUTURE
144
RESOURCES
150
INDEX
151
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1996)

Edic is a writer and small business owner.

Bibliographic information