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:
Packed full of plans for homemade machines that can help streamline your workflow in your workshop—all explained with a humorous author voice.
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).
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.
Shop drawings for 29 Mid-Century Modern along with 2 complete project builds and a historical overview of the style and it’s influences.