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Making Whirligigs, Whimsies, & Folk Toys
     

Making Whirligigs, Whimsies, & Folk Toys

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by Rodney Frost
 

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• Create unique whirligigs and other moving-part creations, traditional folk toys, and unusual new designs out of wood • Step-by-step instructions and exploded drawings show exactly how the projects go together • Includes full-size patterns for 19 projects• Advice from a seasoned crafter on everything from the kind of wood to use to color choice to

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• Create unique whirligigs and other moving-part creations, traditional folk toys, and unusual new designs out of wood • Step-by-step instructions and exploded drawings show exactly how the projects go together • Includes full-size patterns for 19 projects• Advice from a seasoned crafter on everything from the kind of wood to use to color choice to designing your own whimsical toys

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780811708074
Publisher:
Stackpole Books
Publication date:
06/10/2011
Pages:
152
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author

Rodney Frost is the author of Making Mad Toys & Mechanical Marvels in Wood, Creative Kinetics, and The Nature of Woodworking. He is a graduate of Brighton College of Art with a national diploma in design and a teaching certificate from the University of London and has appeared on the TV programs In the Workshop, Canadian Gardening TV, and Hands over Time. With Making Whirligigs, Whimsies, and Folk Toys, he continues his tradition of thoughtful and thorough designs, some old and some definitely never seen before. Rodney lives in Orillia, Ontario, where he sews clothes for himself, plays his euphonium, and wonders what's coming next.

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Making Whirligigs, Whimsies, & Folk Toys 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
GOOD BOOK FOR A HOBBY WOODWORKER OR AN EXPERENCED ONE.