The Weekend Woodworker by Phillip Gardner

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Finding straightforward, step-by-step and attractive projects is a constant challenge for the "weekend woodworker." Now, Phillip Gardner has designed a range of fun, original and contemporary projects sure to keep home-based carpenters busy for months. Projects range from smaller items--such as a stylish CD rack, mailbox, picture rail shelf and birdhouse--then progress to larger, easy-to-assemble projects such as a wall cupboard, child's bed, computer workstation or coffee table. Each project provides clear and easy step-by-step instructions, photographs and diagrams. They can be made with either hand or power tools. In addition, the author provides a comprehensive reference section, describing tools, techniques and wood choices, which is both ideal for the expert and indispensable for the beginner.
 

About Phillip Gardner

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Phillip Gardner is a three-time South Carolina Fiction Project winner and a Piccolo Spoleto Fiction Open winner. His stories have appeared in the North American Review, New Delta Review, LIT, Interim, The Chattahoochee Review, and other journals. He is the author of three short story collections: Someone To Crawl Back To (Bitingduck Press, 2003), Somebody Wants Somebody Dead (Boson Books, 2012) and AVAILABLE LIGHT (Bitingduck Press, 2013). Gardner teaches at Francis Marion University.
 
Published September 1, 1999 by Popular Woodworking Books. 144 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction