As they sometimes are known to say in New England, "You can't hardly get this anymore!" And that is the truth, for John Wagner tells how to build beautiful, rugged Adirondack furniture that is a pleasure to use and oh-so-comfortable to "set awhile" in. Complete, clear, step-by-step directions with exploded-view illustrations and how-to-photographs of John making each piece of furniture. Nothing is left to chance, guaranteeing your success.
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The classic design and comfort of the Adirondack chair has appealed to generations of Americans since it first appeared over 90 years ago. Almost anyone could produce a copy of that chair by following Wagner's excellent instructions, which are geared to beginners. A profusion of photographs, drawings, and illustrative diagrams supplement the text. Also included are plans for other objects: a bench, table, leg rest, and more chairs. Wagner provides information on wood selection and finishing plus a history of the Adrondack style. Instructions for making a set of children's blocks using leftover scraps from other projects is a nice addition. Recommended for public libraries.
Jonathan Hershey, Akron-Summit Cty. P.L., Ohio
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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