The Fine Art Of Working With Wood: A Beginner Guide For The Newbie Woodworker Full Of Woodworking Tips On Basic Woodworking Techniques, Essential Woodworking Tools And Easy Woodwork Projects So You Can Learn To Create Beautiful Things Out Of Wood [NOOK Book]

Overview

For the passionate artist, there is nothing more fulfilling than creating beautiful things using your own hands.

This is what woodworking means to the artistic woodworker. He looks at a piece of wood, not like how most ordinary people would, a dry, brown piece of bark, but with great possibilities for creating beautiful artworks.

Woodworking is the fine craft of working ...
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The Fine Art Of Working With Wood: A Beginner Guide For The Newbie Woodworker Full Of Woodworking Tips On Basic Woodworking Techniques, Essential Woodworking Tools And Easy Woodwork Projects So You Can Learn To Create Beautiful Things Out Of Wood

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Overview

For the passionate artist, there is nothing more fulfilling than creating beautiful things using your own hands.

This is what woodworking means to the artistic woodworker. He looks at a piece of wood, not like how most ordinary people would, a dry, brown piece of bark, but with great possibilities for creating beautiful artworks.

Woodworking is the fine craft of working with wood. It’s a technique that requires a great deal of talent and a certain amount of skill in using several light-weight and power tools in order to carve, sculpt and design beautifully crafted cabinetry, striking wood sculptures and delicate wood carvings.

Learning woodworking is not difficult at all. But, there is just so much to learn about it that it can seem intimidating for the beginner. First of all, you will need to know your hand tools. Next, you can move on to becoming skilled at using the power tools. You will also need to become familiar with machine tools. After that, you will need to learn all about lumber. Then, you can get hands-on with the basic woodworking techniques. Let’s not forget another important aspect, woodworking safety.

With the help of this book, you can get all the woodworking basics you need to learn the fine art of working with wood.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012103895
  • Publisher: Ted O. Garrett
  • Publication date: 1/25/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,341,153
  • File size: 33 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2011

    Dont buy it

    This book has absolutly no content do not waste your money. Buy a book with pictures, this has none. Very sorry i bought it.

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