Making Rustic Furniture
Author: Daniel Mack
Published: 1996-12 by Lark Books
Discusses the tradition of country-style wooden furniture, and describes the materials and techniques used in nailed stick, split wood mosaic, and mortise and tenon projects.
David Charlesworth's Furniture-making Techniques
Author: David Charlesworth
Published: 1999 by GMC Publications
"With its emphasis on the author's personal philosophy... this book aims to appeal to all levels of woodworkers. [The] author relates tales of his own mistakes...while providing encouragement...his furniture is quite beautiful and superbly made. I sense that his greatest satisfaction comes from launching an apprentice's career."--"Fine Woodworking."
Making Swedish Country Furniture and Household Things
Author: Hans Keijser, Lars Sjöberg
Published: 1990 by Hartley & Marks Publishers
Making Furniture
Projects & Plans
Author: Mark Ripley
Published: 2008 by GMC Publications
A compilation of projects and plans from "Furniture and Cabinetmaking" magazine, offering practical guidance, approaches and tricks of the trade. It includes 30 varied projects that range from a simple dining table to an ambitious Robert Adams-style breakfront bookcase, and cover various tastes and abilities.
Illustrated Furniture Making
Author:
Published: 1977 by
The Technique of Furniture Making
Author: Ernest Joyce, Alan Peters
Published: 2003-03 by
First published in 1970 this is highly regarded by woodworkers and is suited to the amateur and professional alike. It has been revised to take account of changes in practice including the use of power tools, adhesives and computer-controlled machinery. The three sections deal with materials, tools and techniques; advanced construction techniques and metal fittings; running a workshop, draughtsmanship, furniture designs and restoration.
Early American Furniture-making Handbook
Author: Family Handyman, Family Handyman Magazine Editors
Published: 1972 by MacMillan Publishing Company
Detailed instructions for making reproductions of early American furniture.
2x4 Furniture
Simple, Inexpensive, & Great-looking Projects You Can Make
Author: Stevie Henderson
Published: 1993 by Sterling Publishing (NY)
Guide to easy-to-make furniture using inexpensive wood with detailed instructions and illustrations, including coffee table, sundial, kitchen cabinet.
Furniture-Making Projects for the Wood Craftsman
Author:
Published: 1999 by Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Limited
02 “The 22 projects provide a useful source of ideas for furniture, as well as some refreshing and innovative approaches to making it. The book offers a wide range of furniture styles from several makers....Each... accompanied by color photographs and illustrations.”—Woodshop News. “The 22 projects provide a useful source of ideas for furniture, as well as some refreshing and innovative approaches to making it. The book offers a wide range of furniture styles from several makers....Each... accompanied by color photographs and illustrations.”—Woodshop News.
Furniture Making
Advanced Projects in Woodwork
Author: Ira S Griffith a B
Published: 2016-01-07 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
"The purpose of all education is the better preparation of the student to meet his environment, present and probable future, as judged by society." Ira S. Griffith. A practical as well as theoretical educator, Ira S. Griffith was a leader in the Manual Arts Education movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His books for students and educators formed the groundwork of the evolution of Manual Arts and later Vocational Education. Furniture Making: Advanced Projects In Woodwork contains 51 exercises and projects ranging from basic books shelves through the Morris Chair. The Toolemera Press re-publishes classic books on early crafts, trades and industries, from our personal library.
Home Furniture Making, for Amateur Wood Workers, Manual Training Schools and Students ..
Author: George Adolph [From Old Catalog] Raeth
Published: 2016-05-05 by Palala Press
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HOME FURNITURE MAKING FOR AMAT
Author: George Adolph Raeth
Published: 2016-08-27 by Wentworth Press
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Furniture Making
The Woodworker Series: Advanced Projects in Woodwork
Author: Ira Griffith
Published: 2011-08-18 by
Beginning with projects focused on basic hand skills and progressing to those that require greater thought and planning in execution, this resource provides five introductory exercises and 46 measured drawings of Arts and Crafts-style furnishings.
Furniture Making
A Manual of Techniques
Author: Anthony Hontoir
Published: 1993-08 by Crowood Press (UK)
Reproduction furniture is more popular than ever, but is very expensive to buy. With this book, anyone can make their own. The skills are mainly those of basic woodworking, and the book deals with all aspects from tools, workshop, and materials to the basic joints, design theory, and practice, as well as a section of projects to try. It is a must for all new or keen woodwork enthusiasts.
Furniture Making, Advanced Projects in Woodwork
Author: Ira Samuel Griffith
Published: 2022-10-27 by Legare Street Press
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Problems in Furniture Making
Author: Fred D. (Fred Duane) B. 1874 Crawshaw
Published: 2016-08-29 by Wentworth Press
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Colonial Furniture Making for Everybody
Author: John Gerald Shea
Published: 1976 by
Step-by-step instructions for amateur craftsmen at home and industrial arts students in schools.
Furniture-making from the Inside Out
Author: James D. Lawrence
Published: 1995 by Sterling Publishing (NY)
Text and illustrations guide the reader through a series of woodworking projects.
Furniture Making
A Foundation Course
Author: John Bullar
Published: 2008 by Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated
Similar to a college course, this jargon-free guide presents everything the beginner needs to start building beautiful furniture. Step-by-step instructions teach novice crafters the fundamentals of choosing timber, using hand and power tools, creating precision joints, and shaping work with laminate and veneers. Ten practice projects put learned skills to the test—beginning with a simple oak stool and progressing to more challenging work, like a set of dining room chairs. Color photos leave nothing to the imagination and clear writing makes even the most complex techniques easy to understand.
Furniture-making Techniques for the Wood Craftsman
Author:
Published: 1999 by GMC Publications
A compilation of articles originally published in Furniture & cabinetmaking magazine.
Make Your Own Dolls' House Furniture
Author: Maurice Harper
Published: 1995 by Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated
Discusses the construction of doll house furniture and features detailed plans for such furnishings as a gate-leg table, Aga cooker, tapestry fire screen, and Windsor writing chair.
Traditional Woodworking Techniques
Author: Graham Blackburn
Published: 2021-06-22 by
Learning to use hand tools is the foundation to understanding the craft of woodworking The third volume in Graham Blackburn's Illustrated Workshop series, Traditional Woodworking Techniques is a clear and practical introduction into the art of hand tool woodworking and furnituremaking, as well as an invaluable reference to the fundamental aspects of the craft. Even if you have never made a single piece of furniture before, Traditional Woodworking Techniques will guide you through the selection of materials, the complexities of dimensions and wood movement, the choice of joinery, and the mysteries of pleasing design. Starting with just a few basic handtools, a beginner will progress from simple but useful projects, such as a bookcase, box, and chest, to more advanced items like tables and chairs--furniture to be rightly proud of. Whether you work your way through every project, or simply dip into a particular area, such as the detailed chapters on miters, dovetails, mortise-and-tenons, splayed joinery, or drawermaking, Traditional Woodworking Techniques will lay the foundation for a thorough understanding of the woodworking craft. Illustrated with over 400 of the author's iconic detailed line drawings, and complete with an annotated select bibliography, this fully indexed book is an essential part of any woodworker's toolkit.
Advanced Woodwork and Furniture Making
Author: John Louis Feirer
Published: 2021-09-09 by Hassell Street Press
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A Day Without Furniture Making Probably Wouldn't Kill Me But Why Risk It Notebook
NoteBook / Journla Furniture Making Gift, 120 Pages, 6x9, Soft Cover, Matte Finish
Author: Furniture Making Publishing
Published: 2019-12-25 by
A Day Without Furniture Making Probably Wouldn't Kill Me But Why Risk It Notebook The perfect NoteBook (Journla) for Work School/College students. Standard Size. Good Quality. Size: 6 in X 9 in Pages: 120 lightly lined pages Paper: Good quality white paper Cover: Thick Cardstock Matte Cover, Science design Then click on our brand and check, the hundreds more custom options and top designs in our shop!
Modern Cabinet Work
Furniture & Fitments : an Account of the Theory & Practice in the Production of All Kinds of Cabinetwork & Furniture with Chapters on the Growth and Progress of Design and Construction Illustrated by Over 1,000 Practical Workshop Drawings, Photographs & Original Designs
Author: Percy A. Wells, John Hooper
Published: 2006 by Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated
Reprint of a Rare 1922 Classic: A Comprehensive Treatise on Making Fine Furniture from the Golden Age of Craftsmanship Known as the "cabinetmaker's bible," the new edition of this 100-year-old handbook contains more than 2,000 line drawings and hundreds of photographs that explain virtually every useful hand and machine technique and furniture design detail suitable for the small-shop woodworker. Complete shop drawings are featured for dozens of exemplary furniture pieces and high-quality built-ins, drawn from all eras in furniture history, including those once deemed dated but built to last forever. With comprehensive chapters on drawing and layout skills, this classic guide carries traditional theories and techniques into the 21st century to once again become the definitive reference to modern woodworking.
The Home Cabinetmaker
Woodworking Techniques, Furniture Building, and Installing Millwork
Author: Monte Burch
Published: 1981 by
Broad in scope yet thorough in detail, this book provides complete information on all facets of woodworking, from selecting wood to the most advanced furniture making, cabinet building, and millwork applications.
Classic Carved Furniture
Making a Piecrust Tea Table : a Step-by-step Guide to Creating an American Classic
Author: Tom Heller, Ron Clarkson, Douglas Congdon-Martin
Published: 1994 by Schiffer Pub Limited
Following upon the success of their first book, The Queen Anne Stool, Tom Heller and Ron Clarkson decided to offer a book about building one of the most desirable pieces of American furniture: the piecrust tea table. This tilting top table has the high elegance of eighteenth century design. The top has a beautifully sculpted molding, resting upon an open-styled birdcage. This rotates on a finely contoured and turned pillar adorned at the vase with acanthus leaves, balancing on a delicate ring of pearls which end in a ribbon and flower design. The cabriole legs are adorned with acanthus leaves at the knees and end in a strongly taloned ball and claw foot. Every step, from cutting and turning to carving and finishing, is explained in step-by-step photographs. These are accompanied with by concise descriptions of the techniques involved. While requiring some basic woodworking skills, this book is designed for cabinet makers and carvers of all levels of experience, so they may produce this treasure of furniture for themselves.
Woodworking and Furniture Making for the Home
Author: G. W. Endacott
Published: 1972 by
Making Miniature Furniture
Author: John Davenport
Published: 2003-03 by Batsford
The art of furniture-making in 1/12 scale combines elements of woodwork, marquetry and woodfinishing. The author begins with the tools and techniques involved and explains the basic joints. With more advanced skills, readers are invited to build a miniature collector's cabinet or davenport desk.
Problems in Furniture Making
Author: Fred Duane Crawshaw
Published: 2016-05-17 by Palala Press
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Problems in Furniture Making
Author: Fred D. B. 1874 Crawshaw
Published: 2016-04-23 by Palala Press
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Making Miniature Furniture
Author: Richard A. Lyons, Elizabeth G. Lyons
Published: 1999-01-01 by Courier Corporation
This clearly written guide enables woodcrafters to make charming, sturdy and functional 1/2-scale furniture. Step-by-step instructions, diagrams and photographs make it easy for hobbyists to create a gateleg table, candlestand, American Empire chest of drawers, and many other items. Over 80 black-and-white line illus. 27 halftones.
FURNITURE MAKING ADVD PROJECTS
Author: Ira Samuel 1874-1924 Griffith
Published: 2016-08-26 by Wentworth Press
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Making Fine Furniture
Perfect Results with Power Tools
Author: Peter Anderson
Published: 2007 by Sterling Publishing Company
Even those with no woodworking experience at all can experience the satisfaction of making beautiful furniture--right away. The secret lies in modern-day power tools, which allow anyone to produce first-class results without years of practice. And this superbly illustrated and easy-to-follow guide shows novices the way to success. It contains all the information necessary to a fundamental understanding of the craft, including essential descriptions of wood’s characteristics, explanations of the basic principles of furniture construction, and guidance on all the necessary techniques. Buying lumber, planing, jointing, gluing, and using the tablesaw, bandsaw, routers, and drills: it’s all here. For every one of the projects--which include a chest of drawers, bookcase, and end table--each procedure is shown in fine detail.
Furniture Making
Advanced Projects in Woodwork (Classic Reprint)
Author: Ira Samuel Griffith
Published: 2016-10-13 by Forgotten Books
Excerpt from Furniture Making: Advanced Projects in Woodwork Advanced projects IN woodwork is a collection of projects designed to meet the needs of classes in high school woodworking. These projects presuppose familiarity with woodworking processes, tools, and the two simple joints required in the making of projects contained in the author's Pro facts in Beginning Woodwork and Mechanical Drawing. The drawings are complete only as to their general dimensions. The working out of details, such as the sizes of mortises and tenons and their locations, is left for the pupil in his work in drawing and design. It is expected that the projects will afford suitable basic material for classes in woodworking design. It remains for the instructor to point out the manner in which this material may be used. For illustration, many beginning students are slow in appreciation of possible modifications in structure or decoration. Circular tops may be used instead of square or octagonal, and vice versa. Modification of the manner of filling side spaces with slats offers variety in initiative. Vertical posts may be made tapering and vice versa. Rails and stretchers may be variously employed. There is almost always a choice in the matter of joints, - keyed or thru or blind tenon. Fig. I is suggestive as to possible modifications of a type. In addition to the possible structural modifications, the plates suggest variation in the matter of decorative ornament such as pierced and carved forms and simple inlay. Such ornament will, of course, be kept subordinate to the structural design. The upholstering of stool tops and seats for chairs provides another problem in variation. Little, if any, use is made of dowels as substitutes for the mortise-and-tenon. While it is true that modern commercial practice makes much use of dowels in this way, the author feels that such practice is too often contrary to the principles of good construction. Its genesis lies in economy of material rather than in any superiority as a fastening device. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Encyclopedia of Furniture Making
Author: Ernest Joyce
Published: 1991 by Borgo Press
It' s been the number-one book on the subject for most of the 20th century, with the latest information on furniture tools, techniques, and processes all plentifully illustrated. Covers hundreds of subjects, from woods and veneering to almost every joining operation. " A workshop without this encyclopedia is missing a tool as necessary as the saw." "Country Journal." " An invaluable reference." "Booklist."
Cabinetmaker and the Carver
Author: Gerald W. R. Ward
Published: 2013 by
For centuries Boston has been one of the most important furniture-making centers in America. Soon after the town’s founding in 1630, Boston’s joiners and turners were the first craftsmen to make furniture in British North America, and the city’s cabinetmakers contributed to the art and craft of furniture making throughout the elegant colonial and federal periods. Its factories and designers have also been a source of fine furniture, creating major pieces in the various revival styles of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Published on the occasion of an exhibition at the Massachusetts Historical Society, The Cabinetmaker and the Carver showcases rare and exemplary pieces from private collections, illustrating three centuries of Boston history through carefully selected examples of furniture that represent the trajectory of this great tradition.
David Charlesworth's Furniture-making Techniques
Author: David Charlesworth
Published: 1999 by GMC Publications
Furniture-making techniques are explained and illustrated step-by-step, stressing fine detail whilst retaining a thoroughly down to earth approach. The techniques incorporate power and hand tools as appropriate, for professional results.
Furniture Making, Advanced Projects in Woodwork - Scholar's Choice Edition
Author: Ira Samuel Griffith
Published: 2015-02-08 by Scholar's Choice
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The Early American Furniture-Making Handbook
Author: Family Handyman
Published: 1977-08 by Macmillan Reference USA
Covers the fundamentals of constructing reproductions of early American furniture and outlines sixty-five projects for the craftsman
Hands Employed Aright
The Furniture Making of Jonathan Fisher (1768-1847)
Author: Joshua A. Klein
Published: 2018-08 by
Making Colonial Furniture Reproductions
Over 100 Projects with Measured Drawings
Author: John Gerald Shea
Published: 1994-01 by Dover Publications
This excellent how-to book provides woodworkers with all the information and instructions they need to construct accurate and beautiful replicas of such attractive pieces as a drop-lid desk, pine dresser, wing chair, butterfly trestle table, paneled chest, bookcases, and other authentic replicas. Over 300 illustrations.
Pine Furniture Making
Author: Anthony Hontoir
Published: 2002-02-28 by Crowood Press (UK)
Readily available and easy to work with, pine lends itself to many forms of furniture making, both traditional and modern, and enables the furniture maker to achieve excellent results at relatively small expense.
Furniture Making
Plans, Projects and Design
Author: Kevin Ley
Published: 2007-02 by GMC Publications
In this fascinating compilation of articles from GMC's Furniture & Cabinetmaking Magazine, Kevin Ley takes the reader through the first stages of planning, designing and making a piece of furniture, then follows it up with twelve stunning and diverse projects: projects for all levels - beginners, intermediate and advanced; numerous clear illustrations and inspirational photographs; simple techniques and designs, using modern methods; even major pieces are reduced to a logical sequence, to make them accessible; and, projects can be achieved with a basic range of tools and facilities.
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