Woodcrafts

Woodcrafts

Create beautiful and useful woodcrafts with unique handmade appeal, no matter what your skill level. There are many simple and rewarding projects to choose from, using pre-cut wooden shapes from your local craft store. If you’re a beginner and you’re looking to get into woodcrafting, here are some creative books to get you started.
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  1. Rust and Patina Style

    Rust and Patina Style

    Create breathtaking art that shines with the nostalgia of antiqued metal. Metal paints and patina solution allow you to achieve overnight what nature took decades to accomplish. This book shows you how to transform almost any object or material with the "industrial chic" look of distressed metal. Learn More
  2. Intarsia Woodworking Projects

    Intarsia Woodworking Projects

    21 full-size patterns ranging from beginner to expert. Includes step-by-step tutorial to get you started with in depth information on shaping. Learn More
  3. Intarsia Woodworking for Beginners

    Intarsia Woodworking for Beginners

    Learn the art of intarsia with celebrated artist and instructor Kathy Wise in this skill building guidebook filled with step-by-step instructions, basic lessons and concepts, and helpful techniques Learn More
  4. Whittling Little Folk

    Whittling Little Folk

    A single carving knife and an afternoon is all that is needed to create one of the charming little characters in this book. With just one carving knife and two simple patterns, you can carve a whole community of characters - like a policeman, hard-hat road worker, monk, baker, professor and football player. Patterns for these delightful folks are included in Whittling Little Folk written by the master of the Scandinavian flat-plane style of carving, Harley Refsal. The whittled little folk are full of personality, and can be made by mastering Refsal's step-by-step instructions for Kristian, the Scandinavian husband donning a work shirt, and his wife, Thea, holding a broom. Once the couple is complete, carvers can use the same techniques to complete 18 additional patterns, with some subtle alterations. Also included is a brief overview of the Scandinavian flat-plane style of carving, as well as instructions for painting each little whittle. Each pattern is presented with 4 perspectives - the front, back and both sides - for a complete 360-degree view of the character. While the projects are easy to complete, and won't take up too much time, they sure don't lack personality. With their rosy cheeks, toothy smiles, humorous outfits and clever names, the little whittles are a caricature carver's dream come true. Learn More
  5. Getting Started in Pinewood Derby

    Getting Started in Pinewood Derby

    Follow Dash Derby on an adventure through the 7 easy steps to building your first Pinewood Derby race car. No woodworking skills are required for this family fun project--just patience and the desire to have a good time! Learn More
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