A Newbies Guide To Woodworking [NOOK Book]

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"Wonder No Longer About Things Like Designs, Tools And Safety. These Problems Among Others Will Be...
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A Newbies Guide To Woodworking

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Overview

"Wonder No Longer About Things Like Designs, Tools And Safety. These Problems Among Others Will Be
Covered In This E-Book. You Will Be Creating Great Wooden Works Of Art In Very Little Time At All!"

For The Beginning Woodworker, The Construction
of Handcrafted Wood Creations Can Be a Daunting
And Overwhelming Experience. Well, Not Anymore!



Dear Friend:

Furniture is all around us. Whether we’re in school, in a hotel, or in our own homes, just look around. There are pieces of furniture that someone made.

Years ago, before Wal-Mart and furniture conglomerate stores, people crafted their own furniture at home using the tools and methods that have been passed down through generations.

Today, a good piece of furniture can cost a lot of money. And there’s little personal satisfaction in knowing all you had to do was write a check for your coffee table. You’d be amazed at how easy it is to make not only furniture, but other piece of beautiful woodwork to put in your home. But what if you don’t know how?

Well, That’s Why You Need This Book!

Most beginners get overwhelmed by the vast information needed to create stunning woodworking pieces. If you're one of them, we’re coming to your rescue.

Finally, there's a breakthrough new book made just for people who want to explore the hobby of woodworking. Exclusively Offered For You,


We Present: “A Newbie’s Guide To Woodworking”!

Not knowing where to start or how to focus their interests makes many people who are new to woodworking become discouraged, frustrated and soon give up. It doesn’t help when they take on projects that are too difficult or they try to work with inadequate tools that can also lead beginners
to decide that woodworking is not for them.

That's Why This Book Was Created!

So many people need a guide that introduces them to woodworking. They have questions like:

How do I set up my work space?

What tools do I need?

What kind of wood do I need to use for different projects?

How can I be safe when using my tools?

“A Newbie’s Guide to Woodworking” answers these questions and more! It delivers solid information that woodworking beginners can use and benefit from. We have researched the leading websites and expert information and compiled it all in this convenient book!

There is all kinds of information available today that can help get you into woodworking as a hobby. Why should you spend your time and money investing in books and clubs when you can get everything you need RIGHT HERE!

This Book Has It All!

Want a brief look at what you’ll get with “A Newbie’s Guide to Woodworking”?

How to avoid common mistakes.

Save time and money by knowing what wood to look for.

Learn the language of woodworking.

Be able to talk woodworking with your friends and know what you’re saying!

Avoid frustration by knowing what to do before you start a new project!

See yourself advance by knowing the basics and becoming proficient at them.

And that’s just a small part of what you’ll find in “A Newbie’s Guide to Woodworking”.

As a beginner you can be confused by the immense scope of aspects to the wonderful craft of woodworking. To many, this can be frustrating and lead them to give up. However, woodworking
can not only be a means of making a living, but for many, it is a fun and rewarding hobby.

In addition, the tools, techniques, and applications have become more advanced and sophisticated. The amazing number of choices can discourage people to get started in this art that is still a progressive experience. This book helps beginners overcome these typical obstacles and find joy in developing their skills.

Plus, you’ll get the complete plans to get started with your own woodworking projects.

Learn how to build:

A magazine rack

A storage chest

A bird feeder

Your own workbench

Basic shelving units


And learn where you can get additional free woodworking patterns at no charge! The possibilities truly are endless! Don’t Spend Money Taking A Class To Learn Woodworking.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012661845
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 3/18/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,264,603
  • File size: 216 KB

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