Veneering, Marquetry and Inlay
Taunton Press, 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
Veneering, marquetry and inlay are great ways to dress up your woodworking. In these 23 articles from the pages of Fine Woodworking magazine, you'll get the best technical advice available, with information on everything from sawing your own veneers to creating inlay patterns freehand. There's even advice on working materials like birch bark, silver and turquoise. If you're looking for a way to expand your woodworking repertoire, this collection of articles is a great place to start.
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Visual Tricks with Veneers
Easy Veneering with
Veneering a Tabletop
Basics of VacuumBag
Curves to fit any style
New Tools Make Laminating
Marquetry Step by Step
Inlay Bandings Dress
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