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Covers tools and materials and how to cut logs into veneers. Tutorial projects enable you to practice your skills on a numnber of designs, such as a convex corner fan, rose, shell, chessboard, and chevron. See how to mount, press, create borders, sand, and finish your pieces. Four projects are presented, a tray, pier table, jewelry box and fire screen.

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