These quality carvings come ready to finish. Choose from Birch or Oak. Measures 1-3/4" Wide x 9-1/4" High.
The Way to Woodwork from Woodworker's Journal: 3 Volumes (DVD) w/FREE Woodworker's Journal Critical Path (CD)
Includes FREE bonus CD! We have added a FREE bonus Critical Path CD with over 300 printable pages of Woodworker's Journal content and drawings. All designed to make you a better woodworker!Whether you're a woodworking beginner or someone with advanced skills, the three-DVD series "The Way to Woodwork" will help you step up to the next level. You'll gain knowledge and skills for specific joinery and construction techniques with both hand and machine cutting, and put them into practice with specific projects included on the DVDs. Most importantly, though, you'll get comprehensive woodworking instruction that applies to any piece of furniture you might want to build. From designing to completing a project, you'll be able to follow the "Critical Path" of woodworking, thanks to the clear and competent instruction of Ian Kirby and Lili Jackson.DVD set contains all 3 volumes. Each volume is also available separately. These DVD's are supported with hundreds of pages of online lessons. For individual volume content, see "More Info" tab.The Way to Woodwork Series features instructional by Ian Kirby and LiLi JacksonIan Kirby has over 50 years of experience as a master woodworker, educator and trained designer. Ian is uniquely qualified to teach woodworking. His blended skills as an educator and a master woodworker combine to make this DVD a remarkable achievement.LiLi Jackson is a woodworker who has studied at many of the top woodworking schools in the country. LiLi grew up in the Rockler family business - Rockler Woodworking and Hardware. LiLi brings all of her unique experience to bear in these DVDs.Volume 1Chapter 1: Critical Path & Woodworker ToolsChapter 2: Design and MaterialsChapter 3: Harvesting the PartsChapter 4: Preparing StockChapter 5: How to make Butt JointsChapter 6: Mortise & Tenon: Overview & MarkingChapter 7: Mortise & Tenon: Hand-Cutting & FittingChapter 8: Mahogany Stool ProjectChapter 9: Finishing & GluingChapter 10: Tool Demo: Hand PlaneChapter 11: Shaping Parts & Final Assembly Volume 2Chapter 1: Ash Table: Introduction & Preparing StockChapter 2: Marking & Cutting Mortise & TenonsChapter 3: Ash Table: Shaping Parts & Angled ShouldersChapter 4: Ash Table: Glue up & FinishChapter 5: Bookcase: Introduction to Frame & PanelChapter 6: Machined Joinery OptionsChapter 7: Bookcase: Frame & Panel ConstructionChapter 8: Bookcase: Gluing Subassembly & Shaping PartsChapter 9: Bookcase: Finishing Touches Volume 3Chapter 1: Introduction & Using Design Mock-upsChapter 2: Bedside Cabinet: Hanging a Door & HardwareChapter 3: Standing Laptop Desk: Design & Drawer OverviewChapter 4: Dovetailed Drawer: Fitting the PartsChapter 5: Dovetail Drawer: Marking Single Lap DovetailsChapter 6: Dovetail Drawer: Cutting Single Lap DovetailsChapter 7: Dovetail Drawer: Marking & Cutting Through DovetailsChapter 8: Making Dovetails with a RouterChapter 9: Dovetail Drawer: Assembling the PiecesChapter 10: Dovetail Drawer: Fitting for the Opening & Final Touches
Expert advice from start to finish When you build your own cabinets you're not just saving money. You also can improve upon the materials and construction used in factory-made cabinets, and get exactly the sizes you want. And with the techniques that Udo Schimdt demonstrates and explains, you can incorporate custom details in your cabinets to make them even more distinctive. Arched doors, custom cornice treatments, oversize pantry cabinets, and solid wood end panels are just a few of the options to consider. If you're comfortable using a router, tablesaw, and drill, this book will show you how to build beautiful cabinets in your own workshop. What's inside: Designing custom cabinetry to suit your space and budget Building drawers and doors in a variety of different styles Installing Euro-style concealed hinges and drawer slides Improving storage and convenience with special hardware and accessories Selecting and installing a wide range of countertops About the author: Udo Schmidt apprenticed with a master cabinetmaker in Germany before moving to the United States over 20 years ago. Today he combines Old World craftmanship with time-saving tools and techniques. He lives and works in North Carolina. Softcover, 9-1/4 x 10-7/8 in., 176 pages, with color photos and drawings Published 2003, ISBN 1-56158-470-3, # 070614