The wooden box is a classic and popular woodworking project; it's fun to make and useful to have. Organized in a progressive-learning format, this book begins with the most basic box and works through to more complicated designs.
- You'll learn how to make a standard box, add drawers, create a checkerboard design, and, finally, to cut box joints employing techniques that are usually reserved for more complicated woodworking machinery.
- Your final piece will be the perfect jewelry box, complete with ring tray compartments, dividers, and earring holders.
- There is also a chapter on wood, tools, adhesives, box lining, and more.
- Gary MacKay has been designing, making and selling boxes in craft galleries for more than 20 years. He is a frequent contributor to ScrollSaw Woodworking & Crafts magazine.
- 136 pages.
|Manufacturer Part Number||1-56523-294-1|
|Cover Style||Soft Cover|
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I picked the book up today...Posted October 30, 2011
This is a great book! Instructions...Posted March 22, 2008