Great-Looking 2x4 Furniture

Great-Looking 2x4 Furniture

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by Stevie Henderson, Mark Baldwin
     
 

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This is the popular, one-stop, starting-from-scratch, fully illustrated furniture-making sourcebook that novice woodworkers want. There’s no need to have loads of experience and expensive lumber to make attractive furniture: just a few 2x4 boards will do to make pieces as good as anything on the market, and these no-nonsense instructions outline the…  See more details below

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This is the popular, one-stop, starting-from-scratch, fully illustrated furniture-making sourcebook that novice woodworkers want. There’s no need to have loads of experience and expensive lumber to make attractive furniture: just a few 2x4 boards will do to make pieces as good as anything on the market, and these no-nonsense instructions outline the techniques so clearly that even beginners will follow the instructions easily. They’ll learn how to select lumber, work with it once they get it home, make the cuts and simple joints required, and create cabinets, shelves, desks, tables, chests, and more. Over twenty projects range from an elegant armoire to a practical kitchen cabinet. There are complete materials lists, numbered illustrations, and full-color photos of each finished project.

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ISBN-13:
9781402707803
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
03/28/2004
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)

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Great-Looking 2x4 Furniture 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great-Looking 2X4 Furniture is a super book for looking through carefully, keeping on the work bench AND using. Great-Looking 2X4 Furniture is meant to be used. Cover and pages are sturdy enough to keep on the work table. As with others in the series the reader, per the fine print at the front-piece of the book, is permitted to make copies of the plans if they wish. The Butler Chest and The Chaise both have caught my interest! Maybe when the weather gets a little cooler I¿ll tackle one or both.