New Wood Puzzle Designs: A Guide to the Construction of Both New and Historic Puzzles

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Linden Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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Wooden puzzles are fun to solve, but with this guide to the almost perfectly square sticks, rings, disks, and other shapes that they require, they are even more fun to make. Twelve puzzles of four different, basic types are described in this guide, along with the tools and techniques needed to make them. There is also expert advice on the woods, glues, and finishes that will give the best results. These puzzles are beautiful and intriguing objects in their own right, and they offer woodworkers a delightful means of sharpening their skills and entertaining their friends.

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A physician and woodworker whose work has been featured in American Woodworker magazine, Follette demonstrates how to make 12 puzzles that are as beautiful as they are challenging. Combining old and ... Read full review



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James W. Follette, MD, is a physician and lifelong woodworker. His work has been featured in American Woodworker. He lives in Glenmont, New York.

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