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GETTING STARTED IN WOODWORKING: FURNITURE YOU CAN BUILD

GETTING STARTED IN WOODWORKING: FURNITURE YOU CAN BUILD
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The 4th entry in the Getting Started series, this book is geared for people who want to improve their hand-tool and machine skills but don’t have unlimited time to spend in the workshop. Includes are step-by-step instructions for 8 projects aimed at the novice woodworker. When the sawdust settles, you should have a few attractive furniture pieces to add to your home or give to friends.

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