Making Bent Willow Furniture

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Storey Books, 1998 - Crafts & Hobbies - 139 pages
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Brenda Cameron's first experience with bent willow furniture came from the gypsies who camped on her grandfather's farm in Oklahoma.  The pieces that they built and sold to the townsfolk were at once simple, practical, and yet beautiful.  Thus was born her life-long love of this traditional, rustic craft.  Now she and her husband, Brian, share that love and that craft with you.  Included are easy step-by-step instructions for making sturdy and rustically elegant chairs, beds, tables, and more.  With a full understanding of the bent willow techniques taught in this book you will be able to design and craft your own future family heirlooms.


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I think if you actually sat down with this book and some willow you could complete an awesome project. Read full review

About the author (1998)

Brenda Cameron is a science writer/editor and webmaster. She has a degree in industrial engineering and English from Perdue University.

Brian Cameron is a licensed aircraft mechanic and journeyman carpenter and craftsman.

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