Woodworking Books

A few books I edited have been released recently and I realized I’m overdue for posting something about these projects. All of them have been fun and interesting to work on and I’ve been learning a bit about the craft in the process—it’s been a lot of editing, hence the lack of blogging.

Hopefully I’ll be posting more regularly about my writing/editing adventures as well as some work in the woodshop as I learn more. For now, here are range of things that are now available:

 

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Packed full of plans for homemade machines that can help streamline your workflow in your workshop—all explained with a humorous author voice.

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A comprehensive guide written specifically for woodworkers that will help them utilize the SketchUp software program (an architectural design program that can be adapted to use for furniture design).

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From choosing a shop location to tool and machine advice to casework construction best practices, this book is packed cover to cover with fundamental information about the craft of woodworking.

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Shop drawings for 29 Mid-Century Modern along with 2 complete project builds and a historical overview of the style and it’s influences.

 

 

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