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How much do you really know about the wood you craft with? If you're a woodworker, crafter, or artist who works with wood, this stunning new book from the North House Folk School, will fascinate, inform, and inspire you. In celebrating its 10th anniversary, the well-known woodworking and craft school in northern MN decided to salute the birch - also known as the "Mother Tree" because it's been vital to the survival of northern civilizations for centuries. So, in addition to 20 beautiful and practical projects you can create - such as a turned wooden bowl, a carved box, and woven basket, to name a few - you will discover the rich history, the fascinating cultural myths, and the significant ecological status of this beautiful and legendary tree. In fact, after reading Celebrating Birch, you'll discover that the birch is more than just a tree or a raw material; it's a link to the past that enriches the life, heart, and mind of anyone who works with it.

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Celebrating Birch

The Lore, Art and Craft of an Ancient Tree

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Product code: 3077
15 beautiful birch projects featuring carved ornaments, turned bowls, bark baskets and more. Includes fascinating history and lore of the birch tree. Delight your curiosity with the fascinating history and myths of this legendary tree while sharpening your woodworking skills with 15 beautiful projects.
Additional Information
Weight 2.0000
Author North House Folk School
Pages 192
Product Form Paperback
Size 8.5" x 11" x .48"