The Art of Coloring Wood: A Woodworker
's Guide to Understanding Dyes and Chemicals" by Brian Miller (who is a Professor of Wood Technology who teaches an actual course on coloring wood at Cerritos College in Norwalk, CA) is an instructional manual and guide for the woodworker
looking to take their woodworking skills to a higher level of craftsmanship using chemicals and dyes instead of stains.
Doormaking: Materials, Techniques and Projects for Building Your First Door" by experienced woodworker
Strother Purdy gathers all the information and guidance that both beginning and intermediate woodworkers
need to be successful making their first door.
Benitze draws upon his more than 40 years as a custom woodworker
(29 of them running his own business) to create what will be the first of a series for the non-pro, the person who wants to build wood projects for home, family, and friends.
Chainsaw Lumbermaking isn't for your average home crafter, but is a definite and unique pick for the woodworker
who happens to own a few trees and who is interested in using chainsaw lumbermaking to turn trees into lumber and, then, projects.
You love being a woodworker
because its creative and your work makes customers happy.
Summary: London-based Woodworker
David Linley ingeniously captures the
After 43 years as a Nakashima woodworker
(the first 15 of which he spent cutting the grass every Saturday), he is now the studio's foreman and longest serving carpenter.
As established professionals, each woodworker
has developed a unique method and style, along with a particular fondness for complementary materials like stainless steel, synthetic rice paper, glass, or copper.
I am not a woodworker
by any stretch of the imagination but I do appreciate sharp tools be they in my kitchen, shop, or greenhouse.
The new 1048 Woodworker
II from Forrest Manufacturing, has more teeth and a higher bevel than the original 40-tooth.
So you want to buy the perfect gift for your favorite woodworker
, but there's a problem: You can't tell a rasp from a router
AS ANY WOODWORKER
KNOWS, you risk losing a finger if you're not paying attention.