How to Make Picture Frames: 12 Simple to Stylish Projects from the Experts at American Woodworker

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 From simple frames to more complex and highly decorated ones, the experts at American Woodworker provide all the plans and instructions needed for making a variety of well designed frames. The step-by-step guidance ensures that woodworkers will succeed at constructing everything from a rustic picture frame to a craftsman-style frame with a simple set of tools. With workshop tips, plans for jigs that help make frames by the dozens, and a section devoted to solutions for common mistakes, this is an ideal resource for woodworkers looking

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Overview

 From simple frames to more complex and highly decorated ones, the experts at American Woodworker provide all the plans and instructions needed for making a variety of well designed frames. The step-by-step guidance ensures that woodworkers will succeed at constructing everything from a rustic picture frame to a craftsman-style frame with a simple set of tools. With workshop tips, plans for jigs that help make frames by the dozens, and a section devoted to solutions for common mistakes, this is an ideal resource for woodworkers looking for new projects or homeowners and artists wanting to frame their prized possessions themselves.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781565234598
  • Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/1/2010
  • Series: Best of American Woodworker Magazine
  • Pages: 120
  • Sales rank: 203,133
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Since 1985, American Woodworker magazine is the premier magazine for woodworking, having featured every top woodworker in the country. Both technical and accessible, the magazine has a circulation of 275,000, with more than 150 issues in their backlist.

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Table of Contents

Featured Projects

Picture Frame Techniques

*Weekend Picture Frame

*Matting and Mounting

*Photo Frames by the Dozen

*Tips for Better Picture Frames

*Router Moldings

*Three Router-Made Picture Frames

*Tablesaw Picture Frame

Picture Frame Projects

*Rustic Picture Frames

*Oval Picture Frames

*Photo Album

*Three One-Day Picture Frames

*Craftsman Frame

*Fab Frames

*Lindsey Dill's Fabulous Frames

*Sycamore Hallway Mirror

*Oak Hallway Mirror

Index

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