Green Woodwork: Working with Wood the Natural Way
The beauty of working green - or unseasoned wood - is that using traditional skills and a few simple tools you can make anything from a tent peg to a spoon or a Windsor chair. It's healthy, creative, inexpensive and simple to learn. Set up your workshop anywhere and discover the joys of working with wood, not against it.
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