Make a Windsor Chair: The Updated and Expanded Classic (Paperback)

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Craft your own classic Windsor chair with the instruction and guidance of master woodworker, Mike Dunbar. Following its original release, this cherished guide cemented Dunbar's authority as a master craftsman and an astute teacher--inspiring thousands to create eye-catching Windsor chairs that will last for generations.

In the thirty years since the release of the first edition, the author's technique, skill, and teaching insights have grown along with the improvements in tools and materials. These evolutions are incorporated into the new edition and give you everything you need to create a masterpiece of your own.

With diagrams, step-by-step instruction, and extensive photographs, this book is the next best thing to attending one of Mike Dunbar's famed classes. You will learn how to make each aspect of the chair, and the updated edition contains instruction on tool sharpening, making milk paint, and fixing common woodshop mistakes. An all-inclusive guide for your next project

For more expert woodworking guidance, be sure to get Mike's other books, Federal Furniture and Easy Woodworking Projects, both published by Echo Point Books.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781635617627
ISBN-10: 1635617626
Publisher: Echo Point Books & Media
Publication Date: August 21st, 2019
Pages: 194
Language: English

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