- Product # 017023
- Type Softcover magazine
- Published Date 2012
Furniture projects that fit today’s busy lifestyle. Beginners and veteran woodworkers alike want simple projects that can be squeezed into their crammed schedules. That’s exactly what you’ll find in Quick & Easy Projects, along with exploded drawings, detailed plans, and step-by-step instructions to speed your work.
Our editors’ favorite build-it-fast projects. All the projects and plans in this special issue were selected from the pages of Fine Woodworking. This collection offers something for every taste, from a rustic Adirondack chair to Chippendale mirror, an Arts and Crafts table to an antique blanket chest – and lots more.
New, quicker ways to build wood boxes. The less-time consuming craft of box-making is always popular with time-pressed woodworkers because it provides a world of creative possibilities. Plus, you’ll learn how simple jigs, no-hinge lids, and nailed joints not only save shop time, but also produce a variety of beautifully crafted mitered boxes.
Bookshelves you can make in a day – and more. Along with bookcases and storage projects in Quick & Easy Projects, you’ll find Knockdown Bookshelves. This super simple plan shows you how to create a wall of bookshelves that, believe it or not, will get you well organized in just 24 hours – a weekend at the most.
Classic seating, tables, chests, and more. Quick & Easy Projects is packed with project plans for furniture and accessories that you can easily complete and proudly call your own. And, when you can’t be in the shop, reading Quick & Easy Projects is the next best thing to being there.
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- Great and Coincidental Review by Blake
When I received the book, I was delighted to see the plans for the six board blanket chest that I was building at the exact time. My plans were printed on my B&W printer and some of the pictures lacked detail. The timely arrival of this book eliminated possible errors and the check went together flawlessly, almost. By the way, I used pine stair treads from Lowe's for my version. They are one inch plus a smidgen thick and work well. With a memory foam bath mat on the top, my dog loves it to look out the window and up the drive. Looking forward to making some of the other projects in the book.
(Posted on 8/20/12)
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