The Why & How of Woodworking: A Simple Approach to Making Meaningful Work (Hardcover)

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The Why and How of Woodworking reflects the growing appreciation for the handmade, a movement toward simplifying and uncluttering. There is a growing understanding of the need to fill our lives with meaningful and useful objects. How can woodworkers answer that call? Mike Pekovich explains how to make work that is worth the time and effort it takes to make it, work that makes a difference, and work that will add to the quality of our lives.

  • Explains the basics of woodworking, from choosing lumber with care, cutting joinery accurately, and preparing and finishing the surfaces.
  • A simple approach to building boxes and furniture that are built to last.
  • Includes information on designing and building cabinets, boxes, chests, casework, and tables.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781631869273
ISBN-10: 1631869272
Publisher: Taunton Press
Publication Date: September 18th, 2018
Pages: 224
Language: English

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