Believed to have originated with William Morris, father of the English Arts and Crafts movement, the so-called Morris chair combines comfort with simply stated good looks.
Ita€™s easy to show you how great this mission-style sofa looks, but youa€™ll have to build one yourself to find out how incredibly comfortable it is. Simple, yet stunningly elegant Add to the Arts-and-Crafts Collection set with this stately bookcase. You wona€™t have to look far to find the perfect spot in your home for this multi-purpose table.
Therea€™s certainly no shortage of CD storage units on the market today, but youa€™ll search long and hard before youa€™ll find one thata€™s as good-looking as this.
The mission-style shelf clock (7" tall) is gracefully proportioned and easy to build. Whether you need a double, queen, or king, this bed fills the bill, and does so in grand style. As part of our Mission-style bedroom suite, or just by itself, the design of this handsome piece of furniture appears as fresh and vigorous today as it did a century ago. Made to complement our heirloom-quality Arts and Crafts bed, this solid-oak nightstand features matching corbels and arched rails in addition to ample drawer and open storage.
Give your comforters, blankets, and pillows a stylishly handsome home with this heirloom-quality Arts and Crafts storage project. Give your CD sound system, TV, and VCR a fitting home with this three-piece cabinet combination. This super-simple shelving unit works well in mission, traditional, and even contemporary settings.
Either as a stand-alone project or as a complement to our table and chairs, youa€™ll find the buffet a worthy addition to your homea€™s decor. Woodworker Tom Fidgen is very well known in the online woodworking community, and his first book,A Made by Hand, was critically acclaimed. Landis shows you how you can create your own woodworking sanctuary in whatever space you can afford. The Workshop Book also contains 20 detailed floor plans for a diverse range of workshops. Wood-shop Dust Control provides all the information woodworkers need to protect themselves from dust -- a serious health hazard.
This book compiles 30 of the best jigs compiled by the editors of Popular Woodworking Books. For over 30 years, the projects found within Fine Woodworking magazine have offered an unmistakable level of sophistication and refinement not found in any other publication. In Setting Up Your Workshop, you'll learn what is important to know now and what can be left for later. In Woodworking Machines, you'll learn what is important to know now and what can be left for later.
Much easier to carry around than a standard utility knife, this knife folds to fit easily in your hand or pocket. Bessey lock and fold utility knife with comfortable plastic handle with storage compartment for 5 standard spare blades. Bring your new ideas to life and create new furniture designs andwoodworking projects with bended wood.
This compact electric steamer runs on a standard 1500 watt, 120v current, which is much safer than many other low-A­cost homemade steam generators with open burners.
The 1.3 gallon tank takes only 23 minutes to steam up and will provide 137 minutes of steaming time which generates plenty of steam for a small to medium size homemade steam box. The Earlex Steam Generator provides many safety feature including a 12' cool to the touch hose, thermal protectors as well as an automatic suck back valve.
Wood is usually considered a stiff, unyielding material, but over the centuries, woodworkers have found some ingenious ways to bend wood to make what they wanted -- items as diverse as a delicate violin, a flexible pair of skis, and a graceful, comfortable chair.

In this collection of 35 articles from Fine Woodworking magazine's classic black-and-white era, craftsmen explain basic wood-bending methods and how they've put them to use in their shops. Guitars, furniture, even canoesA?a‚¬?bending wood adds a new dimension to what can be built in a workshop.
The art of bending wood confounds most woodworkers, yet it is surprisingly easy to do with the four basic methods in this complete guide. Wood bending is intriguing to the vast majority of woodworkers, but until now most have not had access to the information they need to add it to their repertoire.
Using the three basic approaches to producing curved parts-laminate bending, steam bending, and milling by machine-this book provides step-by-step instructions on each method, the pros and cons of each project, and how to troubleshoot problems. And by just shortening a few of the parts, you can use these plans to build a matching chair.
We embellished ours with cutouts in the side panels, reproduction hardware, and glass-framed doors to capture the quality and ambience of furniture from this era of craftsmen. We've made these three even more appealing by designing them to go together with minimum fuss and maximum workshop enjoyment. Classic Mission styling and solid oak construction give our tower a warm, inviting look, and plastic panel inserts featuring a touch-release system allow for easy access to your favorite CDs. By simply changing the dimensions of a few parts and the quantity of spindles, as specified in the Materials List, you can build the bed in several sizes. This mirror is a perfect companion to our Arts and Crafts-style dresser or as a stand-alone accessory.
Straight-forward assembly makes it a snap to build, and biscuit joinery makes for solid construction.
Made from oak and accented with reproduction brass hardware, our buffet boasts ample storage.
In his second book, Fidgen presents more hand-tool woodworking projects for the home and workshop.
Whatever space you have a€“ basement, garage, or even a parking spot a€“ can be transformed into a comfortable, user-friendly shop.
This collection of outstanding articles from recent issues of Fine Woodworking magazine explains how to locate, set up, and accessorize a completely workable shop a€“ even when space is limited. Because every item needs to work hard, too, youa€™ll find some of our editors' favorites here.
Fine Woodworking Best Workshops covers topics of interest to woodworkers of all levels of accomplishment and concludes with important tips on fire prevention, dust-free air, and a well-stocked first aid kit. We check every detail - including projects and processes as they really happen- to bring you the most extraordinary stories. The answer is yes, with Fine Woodworking Best Workbenches, a collection of the best articles on the subject from Americaa€™s premier woodworking magazine.
It is the place where a woodworker imagines, designs, tries, fails and succeeds in making something beautiful out of wood. You'll meet furniture makers, boat builders, turners, and others -- all of whom share a common love: creating in wood. Dedicated workstations for tools or essentials like sharpening and assembly make woodworking more efficient.
The secret lies in streamlining the woodworking process by maximizing your space and organizing your work area. Each innovative, clever and simple project provides an ingenious solution to what was otherwise a complex or impossible building situation. Throughout the magazine's history, one of its signature trademarks has been superbly detailed exploded drawings, illustrations that offer invaluable insights into the art of fine design. Bypass the overwhelming overload of woodworking information available, and get Back to Basics with the core information you need to succeed. You'll also learn how you can make the tools and acquire the skills you need for successful bending in your own projects.

In this timeless resource first published in 1948, woodworkers will find all the indispensable information they need: from the woods best-suited to bending to understanding fundamental hand and machine bending techniques. The techniques are presented in step-by-step photo sequences that leave nothing to the imagination and show woodworkers exactly how it's done: bending green wood or twigs, bending with heat or steam, and bending panels or laminations.
Also included are discussions and advice as to what methods will work and what methods will not in various applications.
The projects have a distinctive retro look, recycling designs from our not-so-distant past. Youa€™ll learn how to build smart from the ground up, including how to install easy-on-your-feet flooring, proper wiring, adequate lighting, and safe dust collection. Youa€™ll be amazed at the features in the super workbench that was 30 years in the making, a best-ever outfeed table, a pivoting plywood cart, and clever ways to store tools and lumber. Whether upgrading the workshop or building from scratch, this book delivers the tips and trade secrets to help you design a workplace around your specific needs.
Filled with focused advice on how to choose and customize a workbench, this book will prove invaluable to woodworkers of all skill levels. Get practical information on designing and building a system that is right for you and your shop in this book.
For space-challenged woodworkers, modular systems allow the benefits of a well-equipped shop in a minimum of space.
Workshop Projects, Fixtures & Tools for a Successful Shop brings you more than two dozen ingenious projects for setting up your shop to save time, money, and frustration.
This new series offers a clear road map of fundamental woodworking knowledge on sixteen essential topics.
Also included are the key topics of moisture content, wood preparation and elasticity, steaming and other softening treatments, and working with laminates and adhesives.
There are seven step-by-step projects presented, including shaker boxes, a bow for an arrow, a rustic chair, the sides of a guitar, and bent panels used for tables and pedestals.
For bunk beds, simply invert one bed on top of the other, and reposition its plywood mattress support. Its timeless beauty is matched only by the pride youa€™ll feel when youa€™re finished building it.
Whether you are just starting out in woodworking or are somewhere along this lifetime journey, this book will be your faithful guide. Whether youa€™re looking for a quick and easy workstation that will handle 90% of what you need or a no-compromise workbench that will function flawlessly for decades, or you just want to soup up an existing or ready-made workbench, this indispensible reference book offers the best projects and designs, ranging from traditional to special-purpose workbenches and those sporting the latest innovations and hardware. You'll learn how they evolved and how they suit the individual needs of the woodworkers who own them. No matter the size of your shop or its location, The Workshop Idea Book will show you inventive ways to improve it.
This book shows how to apply the workstation approach to the shop and how to store and protect your valuable tools.
The rubberized grip makes it comfortable to hold and the retractable self-locking blade makes the TriBlade safe to use. All the necessary tools and equipment are discussed with an eye to budget and practicality, making this appeal to both amateur and professionals of all skill levels. Expert Lon Schleining explains and demonstrates both steam bending (where steam relaxes wood fibers so they can be shaped when clamped to a bending form) and bent lamination (where thin strips of wood are glued together, then clamped to a bending form).
In the opening chapters, Fidgen discusses the benefits of working in an unplugged woodshop, considers the sources of design inspiration, offers advice on the critical importance of sharpening, and even explains how to make hand tools using only hand tools. Schleining shows just how easy it can be to master these techniques, even using relatively low-tech equipment.

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