Tables and Chairs

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Taunton Press, 1995 - House & Home - 128 pages
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An examination of furniture-making classics, first published in the form of separate articles. A wide range of tables and chairs is covered, providing woodworkers with a choice of projects and many practical techniques. The book includes working drawings and enlarged views for guidance.

 

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Contents

Introduction
7
GateLeg Table is Light
16
Making Dining Tables
24
A Butterfly Expansion Table
30
Building an OpenPedestal
38
Low Tea Table Highlights
46
Turned legs with drilledand
54
Convertible Furniture
62
Coffee Table is Spare
76
Working Green Wood
85
Sculpting Chair Seats with
95
Windsor Settee
105
Fitting the chair to
112
CraftsmanStyle Comfort
118
Index
127
Copyright

Building a Tea Cart
70

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Fine Woodworking was launched in 1975 in response to the lack of quality information on the craft. With a circulation of 287,000, it is now the premiere source of how-to information for woodworkers of all skill levels that are seriously interested in woodworking techniques, tools, projects, finishing and design inspiration.

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