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American Country Furniture: Projects From the Workshops of David T. Smith (American Woodworker)
     

American Country Furniture: Projects From the Workshops of David T. Smith (American Woodworker)

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by Nick Engler
 

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Fifty step-by-step projects for popular furniture projects from master craftsmen, including a dry sink, harvest table, Shaker candlestand, pie safe, ladder-back chair, and more. Build David T. Smith's most popular furniture reproductions. Includes common woodworking techniques.

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Fifty step-by-step projects for popular furniture projects from master craftsmen, including a dry sink, harvest table, Shaker candlestand, pie safe, ladder-back chair, and more. Build David T. Smith's most popular furniture reproductions. Includes common woodworking techniques.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607650324
Publisher:
Fox Chapel Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
08/27/2013
Series:
American Woodworker
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
300
File size:
55 MB
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American Country Furniture: Projects from the Workshops of David T. Smith 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The content itself is 5 stars.  There is a huge variety of projects for varying skill levels.  The author provides some fascinating historical background on what the pieces were originally used for and how they were made.  The projects are illustrated with measurements and explosion views so you have a better idea of exactly how they all fit together.  there are also special sections with the projects giving more detail on how to do the more unusual or complicated parts.   Unfortunately, the formatting does not work on Nook.  There's no way to expand the pages so that you can actually read it.  On the Nook, the writing is so tiny that I could barely make it out..  I was sort of able to read the descriptions with great effort, but I would not trust that I could see it clearly enough to use the measurements.  I can't even see if maybe it shows up larger online since it currently isn't available on Nook for web.  If there had been a preview available to have realized that this was a problem, I would not have bought it in the first place.  as it is, I will probably ask for a refund and see about just buying a hard copy.  Very disappointed.