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Country Woodcraft by Drew Langsner  RSS feed

 
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Source:amazon
Publisher: Rodale Press

Summary
source: goodreads.com

This book harkens to the time when if you needed something on the farm you built it out of wood with a few simple metal implements. From furniture, to farm implements, to woven shopping baskets, the long forgotten techniques that require slow and careful craftmanship and an understanding of local materials are discussed, and with practice, the reader could create any of the old devices the book talks about.



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