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Step by Step Beds (Step-By-Step Furniture) (original 1999; udgave 1999)

af Jeff Miller

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A bed is one of the most significant pieces of furniture in most homes, ranking with the dining table as a major purchase or project. Jeff Miller, winner of the 1998 Stanley Award for best woodworking book (Chairmaking & Design, now out of print), offers nine attractive bed projects accessible to woodworkers of any skill level. In Beds, youll find step-by-step projects for a small bed, a Shaker-style bed, a Craftsman-style bed, a pencil-post bed, a plywood platform bed, a Windsor chairinspired bed, a modern 'city' bed, a sleigh bed, and a bunk bed. Youre sure to find more than one project that will inspire you. Miller provides you with: Clear step-by-step instructions to build each bed Cut lists that make it easy to get each bed started Exploded and measured drawings that show every detail A chapter on general construction strategies for building any bed design A wide range of jigs for mortising, tenoning, and other common tasks Four-color photography throughout, with photos of completed projects… (mere)
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Titel:Step by Step Beds (Step-By-Step Furniture)
Forfattere:Jeff Miller
Info:Taunton Press (1999), Paperback, 192 pages
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A bed is one of the most significant pieces of furniture in most homes, ranking with the dining table as a major purchase or project. Jeff Miller, winner of the 1998 Stanley Award for best woodworking book (Chairmaking & Design, now out of print), offers nine attractive bed projects accessible to woodworkers of any skill level. In Beds, youll find step-by-step projects for a small bed, a Shaker-style bed, a Craftsman-style bed, a pencil-post bed, a plywood platform bed, a Windsor chairinspired bed, a modern 'city' bed, a sleigh bed, and a bunk bed. Youre sure to find more than one project that will inspire you. Miller provides you with: Clear step-by-step instructions to build each bed Cut lists that make it easy to get each bed started Exploded and measured drawings that show every detail A chapter on general construction strategies for building any bed design A wide range of jigs for mortising, tenoning, and other common tasks Four-color photography throughout, with photos of completed projects

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