Showing posts with label woodwork plans. Show all posts
Showing posts with label woodwork plans. Show all posts

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Reproduction Oak Welsh Dresser

So here is another classic project from "Woodworking Plans And Projects" a reproduction oak Welsh dresser by Steven Hurrell, complete with time worn distressing. This is a great looking piece of furniture that would be at home in any style kitchen area. With care, in the reach of most woodworkers. Steven states "Although not a project for an absolute beginner, with a little thought and determination most competent woodworkers can achieve first class results."

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Saturday, February 3, 2018

One For the Woodworker - Rocking Horse

So from "Woodworking Plans And Projects" published by The Guild Of Master Craftsman comes this article on carved rocking horses. Definitely in the class of heirloom, these horses will make the carver/woodworker and the young recipient very happy. Written by Anthony Dew, he has written 3 books on the subject. The latest (written in 1993) "The Rocking-Horse Maker" is published by David And Charles and has step by step plans for nine horses from the easy hobby-horse to the advanced, fully carved, carousel horse.

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I'll post another project from this book next week, if anyone has a preference for one of the listed articles, message me the article and I will include it.