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Make A Joint Stool From A Tree by By Jennie Alexander and Peter Follansbee  RSS feed

 
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Lost Art Press
Publisher: Lost Art Press

Summary
" “Make a Joint Stool from a Tree: An Introduction to 17th-century Joinery.” This book starts in the woodlot, wedging open a piece of green oak, and it ends in the shop with mixing your own paint using pigment and linseed oil. It’s an almost-breathtaking journey because it covers aspects of the craft that most modern woodworkers would never consider. And yet Alexander and Follansbee cover every detail of construction with such clarity that even beginning woodworkers will have the confidence to build a joint stool, an iconic piece of furniture from the 17th century." quote from Lost Art Press

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