|Forum topic by grego||posted 04-30-2012 07:13 PM||15490 views||11 times favorited||12 replies|
04-30-2012 07:13 PM
There are plenty of details and plans around for power tool projects, but it seems to take a bit of work to track them down for hand tools. I’m sure the experienced woodworkers here could take any of those power-tool project details and convert them for hand tool execution, but I know know as a beginner I really enjoy finding a book or a blog that goes into detail on how-to-do-it.
Here’s some of the links and books I’ve found:
Dan’s Shop (several hand tool projects described)
“Furniture Making Plain And Simple” by Aldren Watson: (Detailed hand tool-only project plans)
Kerry’s hand tool-only Jewelry box:
Bob Logan’s podcasts:
“Boxes and Chests” by Alan And Gill Bridgewater (mostly hand tools)
“Made by Hand: Furniture Projects from the Unplugged Woodshop” by Tom Fidgen
“The New Traditional Woodworker” by Jim Tolpin
“The Woodwright’s Apprentice: Twenty Favorite Projects From The Woodwright’s Shop” by Roy Underhill
Any other reccomendations?