Walter Ben Hunt (1888-1970) was an important figure in outdoor recreation and the revitalization of skills and crafts from the pioneer era. He presents his construction details and plans in simple, clear prose with ample line drawings. All of the various works featured in this book were made by Hunt or by craftsmen with whom he was acquainted.
Rustic Construction: Making Furniture, Fixtures & Outdoor Structures Using Bark, Branches & Slab Lumberby W. Ben Hunt
Slab lumber has the bark still attached. Many rural
This book offers clear and precise instructions for making attractive “lodge look” renditions of furniture, lamps, shelves, and other interior fixtures using slab lumber and objects found in nature. Outdoor projects include birdhouses, fences, gates, arbors, road signs, wayside standseven bridges.
Slab lumber has the bark still attached. Many rural lumberyards and one-man, portable sawmills still produce this kind of lumber. Roots, twigs, branches, and bark are also employed in rustic construction.
First published in 1939, this classic is once again in print.
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