Country Woodworker: How to Make Rustic Furniture, Utensils, and Decorations

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Chronicle Books, Feb 1, 1997 - House & Home - 160 pages
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Now in paperback, this immensely popular and stylish how-to book provides practical information and design advice for artists, craftspeople, and woodworkers of all levels of experience. Step-by-step instructions for eighteen projects detail how the work can be carried out using simple tools and mainly traditional methods. Handsome color photographs illustrate and identify a wide range of rustic furniture and artifacts. There is also a brief history about each piece and a handy tools and techniques resource section. With Country Woodworker, anyone can add beauty and charm to his or her home.

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About the author (1997)

Jack Hill is a craftsman, teacher, and author who specializes in traditional woodworking. He writes a monthly column and contributes regular articles to the magazine Practical Woodworking.

James Merrell is one of the top interior photogrpahers in Britain, and is internationally known for his work in magazines usch as House and Garden, House Beautiful, and Elle.

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