35 great outdoor projects

Book - 2005

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New York : Sterling Pub. Co c2005.
Physical Description
191 p. : col. ill
Includes index.
Review by Library Journal Reviews

Part of the Wood magazine series of books, this title offers a good number of projects for the experienced woodworker. Concise instructions are given for each project, using exploded-view drawings of the construction. There is no handholding or list of needed tools; the book assumes that the reader is well equipped and already understands basic techniques. Projects include some lovely outdoor seating and a variety of arbors and pergolas, as well as other garden accessories. If your collection is in dire need of project patterns for more experienced woodworkers, this is a great addition. [Page 166]. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.

Review by Publisher Summary 1

Adirondack chairs, arbors, porch rockers, picnic suites, trellises, and birdhouses: these attractive projects from the editors of Wood® Magazine will appeal to do-it-yourselfers striving to beautify their garden and make it more usable, too. The magazine's experts provide general guidelines for constructing outdoor items, including information on which wood species, screws, anchors, glues, and finishes stand up best to the elements. And each project contains complete cutting and assembling instructions, materials lists, and plans to guarantee great results. From seasonal seating surprises to structures with style, every one will enhance your outdoor space.