From learning about the right tools for the right jobs to looking at a plan and beginning your own project, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Woodworking teaches the novice woodworker all there is to know about this wonderful hobby. This step-by-step book takes you through the workshop, whether it's a shed in the backyard or a three-foot space in a one-bedroom apartment, showing you how to create beautiful pieces of furniture and decorative items with the right tools. You'll learn how to set up a workspace, buy hand and power tools, set goals within a realistic budget, work with plans and put the finishing touches on your project. Basic plans for a variety of projects are included.It takes a surprising amount of rough lumber to build a dining table, hutch, or bookcase, more than will fit in your car, but often not quite enough to hit the minimum. With smaller projects, such as chairs or night tables, it may be possible toanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Woodworking|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2000-04-09|