Handmade: A Hands-On Guide
Why buy when you can make it yourself, better, for less money and more fun? That is the question propelling the DIY movement of makers, handcrafters, woodworkers and projectors of all types. In “Handmade: A Hands On Guide,” author and former chief editor of Fine Woodworking magazine dives into 25 projects to help you discover the pleasure making things with your own two hands. These projects are accessible and doable for all skill levels, chosen to boost your confidence and inspire you to tackle more of your own. You’ll learn how to work with metal, wood, concrete, leather and other materials on your way to turning a stump into a chair, making a table light with copper pipe, and hack IKEA stuff for your own purposes. It’s a hands-down winner for hands-on types.
- A great guide for exploring DIY projects using leather, wood, concrete, casting, welding, printing and more materials
- Features 25 projects that will unleash your own creativity and confidence
- Includes 620 photos and 6 drawings to inspire your next project
- Paperback; 208 pages
- Made in USA. Some components may be imported.