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From a simple wall shelf to a grand bookcase, each project in How to Make Bookshelves and Bookcases provides step-by-step instructions, exploded diagrams, and a helpful cutting list to minimize waste and guarantee success. Build functional yet stylish pieces from a simple wall shelf to a grand bookcase. The experts at American Woodworker give step-by-step instructions using various types of wood. Many woodworkers "cut their teeth" on a bookshelf or bookcase project. They are useful, relatively easy to make, and, by building them yourself, you can design each one to fit your living space and the unique function it will serve. How to Make Bookshelves and Bookcases offers a superb collection of 20 storage projects published by American Woodworker magazine. Each project provides step-by-step instructions, exploded diagrams, and a helpful cutting list to minimize waste and guarantee success. Best of all, you'll discover ingenious ideas and designs for making shelves stronger and more attractive. Whether you've been woodworking for years, or are just getting started, these bookcases and bookshelves from American Woodworker will help reduce your clutter and stylishly organize your life. Check out this special offer for How to Make Picture Frames and How to Make Bookshelves & Bookcases. Save 30% with this special bundle.

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How to Make Bookshelves & Bookcases (Best of AW)

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From a simple wall shelf to a grand bookcase, each project in How to Make Bookshelves and Bookcases provides step-by-step instructions, exploded diagrams, and a helpful cutting list to minimize waste and guarantee success. Build functional yet stylish pieces from a simple wall shelf to a grand bookcase. The experts at American Woodworker give step-by-step instructions using various types of wood.


Providing plans and instructions for building great-looking projects, this guide will help woodworkers craft sturdy and stylish bookshelves. The arts and crafts sliding bookrack, the floating shelf, the dovetail bookcase, and the craftsman-style bookcase and mantel are just a few of the 19 designs presented in sufficient detail to ensure that beginners will succeed in their construction. With workshop tips and a section devoted to solutions for common mistakes, this is an ideal resource for woodworkers looking for new projects. Author Bio: American Woodworker is the premier magazine for woodworking. Technical and accessible, the magazine has been in business for decades with more than 140 issues in their backlist. Randy Johnson is an editor of American Woodworker. He lives in Eagan, Minnesota.
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Weight 1.2500
Author American Woodworker Editors
Pages 184
Product Form Paperback
Size 7.5" x 9" x .4528"
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