This one-stop practical guide will show you how to do whatever you want with wood. To make your progress easier, it comes in a handy format with colour photos and expert advice throughout.
Thinking of taking up woodwork but don't know where to start? Want to know how to organise your own workshop and develop the knack of cutting and shaping wood?
Woodworking is part of the successful Collins Need to Know? series of illustrated reference books' covering a wide range of popular subjects and diverse activities. Attractively illustrated in full colour throughout, these handy, practical books give you detailed information in a concise and accessible way.
Collins need to know? Woodworking is a one-stop beginner's guide to woodworking tools, materials and techniques.
• all basic techniques
• essential joints
• maintenance and use of handtools
• workshop organisation
• assembling and finishing wood
• up-to-date wood information and guidance
Packed with step-by-step photographs and illustrations to help you practise and build up your knowledge and expertise of woodworking.
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“A one-stop beginner’s guide to woodworking tools, materials and techniques. Written by well known woodworking authors Albert Jackson and David Day, this new book is packed with step-by-step photographs and illustrations to help you” – The Woodworker.
“Look no further… A definitive, all-embracing and knwoledgeable companion that will help both the novice and the experienced woodworker develop their skills and realise their dreams” – Forestry & Timber News.About the Author:
Albert Jackson and David Day were both awarded Masters degrees in furniture design at the Royal College of Art. They have written numerous bestselling titles on woodworking and DIY, including the Collins Complete DIY Manual.
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Book Description Collins, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007205732