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Outdoor Projects - Spring 2019

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Outdoor Projects - Spring 2019
by Editors of Fine Woodworking, Fine Gardening, and Fine Homebuilding magazines
Special Issue

If you live in a place where winter comes in force and outstays its welcome, this is the time of year when you are just about dying to get outside in your yard and enjoy some sunshine. Outdoor Projects, a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking, Fine Gardening, and Fine Homebuilding magazines, is designed to help you do just that.

We start in the garden, where you can build a picturesque arbor and then relax under it, make a graceful trellis out of saplings, plant the perfect patio garden, or even design your own outdoor shower.

Then you, the reader, will move on to some building projects that will make your backyard better—a fence that is infinitely more attractive than the cookie-cutter designs you find at the home center, a gate with a Japanese aesthetic, and a pergola designed to make an entryway more attractive.

If utility is more your thing, check out the backyard shed that one of our Fine Homebuilding editors designed. You can build it for under $2,000. And if you are feeling very energetic, read master wall builder Brian Post’s article on how to build stone walls that will last for centuries.

No backyard or patio would be complete without furniture, and the editors from Fine Woodworking have just what is needed. Choose from three designs for garden seating from expert furniture makers, or tackle a modern take on the Adirondack chair by New Hampshire furniture master Tom McLaughlin. There’s also a cedar bench that is built to withstand anything nature can throw at it.

To top it off, this collection includes two projects from a new book that focuses on the growing maker movement—a concrete-top table and an easy doormat that come from Brad Rodriguez of Fix This Build That (fixthisbuildthat.com). Try them; you’ll learn some new skills and have fun in the process.

by Editors of Fine Woodworking, Fine Gardening and Fine Homebuilding magazines
Special Issue

If you live in a place where winter comes in force and outstays its welcome, this is the time of year when you are just about dying to get outside in your yard and enjoy some sunshine. Outdoor Projects, a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking, Fine Gardening, and Fine Homebuilding magazines, is designed to help you do just that.

We start in the garden, where you can build a picturesque arbor and then relax under it, make a graceful trellis out of saplings, plant the perfect patio garden, or even design your own outdoor shower.

Then you, the reader, will move on to some building projects that will make your backyard better—a fence that is infinitely more attractive than the cookie-cutter designs you find at the home center, a gate with a Japanese aesthetic, and a pergola designed to make an entryway more attractive.

If utility is more your thing, check out the backyard shed that one of our Fine Homebuilding editors designed. You can build it for under $2,000. And if you are feeling very energetic, read master wall builder Brian Post’s article on how to build stone walls that will last for centuries.

No backyard or patio would be complete without furniture, and the editors from Fine Woodworking have just what is needed. Choose from three designs for garden seating from expert furniture makers, or tackle a modern take on the Adirondack chair by New Hampshire furniture master Tom McLaughlin. There’s also a cedar bench that is built to withstand anything nature can throw at it.

To top it off, this collection includes two projects from a new book that focuses on the growing maker movement—a concrete-top table and an easy doormat that come from Brad Rodriguez of Fix This Build That (fixthisbuildthat.com). Try them; you’ll learn some new skills and have fun in the process.

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If you live in a place where winter comes in force and outstays its welcome, this is the time of year when you are just about dying to get outside in your yard and enjoy some sunshine. Outdoor Projects, a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking, Fine Gardening, and Fine Homebuilding magazines, is designed to help you do just that.

We start in the garden, where you can build a picturesque arbor and then relax under it, make a graceful trellis out of saplings, plant the perfect patio garden, or even design your own outdoor shower.

Then you, the reader, will move on to some building projects that will make your backyard better—a fence that is infinitely more attractive than the cookie-cutter designs you find at the home center, a gate with a Japanese aesthetic, and a pergola designed to make an entryway more attractive.

If utility is more your thing, check out the backyard shed that one of our Fine Homebuilding editors designed. You can build it for under $2,000. And if you are feeling very energetic, read master wall builder Brian Post’s article on how to build stone walls that will last for centuries.

No backyard or patio would be complete without furniture, and the editors from Fine Woodworking have just what is needed. Choose from three designs for garden seating from expert furniture makers, or tackle a modern take on the Adirondack chair by New Hampshire furniture master Tom McLaughlin. There’s also a cedar bench that is built to withstand anything nature can throw at it.

To top it off, this collection includes two projects from a new book that focuses on the growing maker movement—a concrete-top table and an easy doormat that come from Brad Rodriguez of Fix This Build That (fixthisbuildthat.com). Try them; you’ll learn some new skills and have fun in the process.

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If you live in a place where winter comes in force and outstays its welcome, this is the time of year when you are just about dying to get outside in your yard and enjoy some sunshine. Outdoor Projects, a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking, Fine Gardening, and Fine Homebuilding magazines, is designed to help you do just that.

We start in the garden, where you can build a picturesque arbor and then relax under it, make a graceful trellis out of saplings, plant the perfect patio garden, or even design your own outdoor shower.

Then you, the reader, will move on to some building projects that will make your backyard better—a fence that is infinitely more attractive than the cookie-cutter designs you find at the home center, a gate with a Japanese aesthetic, and a pergola designed to make an entryway more attractive.

If utility is more your thing, check out the backyard shed that one of our Fine Homebuilding editors designed. You can build it for under $2,000. And if you are feeling very energetic, read master wall builder Brian Post’s article on how to build stone walls that will last for centuries.

No backyard or patio would be complete without furniture, and the editors from Fine Woodworking have just what is needed. Choose from three designs for garden seating from expert furniture makers, or tackle a modern take on the Adirondack chair by New Hampshire furniture master Tom McLaughlin. There’s also a cedar bench that is built to withstand anything nature can throw at it.

To top it off, this collection includes two projects from a new book that focuses on the growing maker movement—a concrete-top table and an easy doormat that come from Brad Rodriguez of Fix This Build That (fixthisbuildthat.com). Try them; you’ll learn some new skills and have fun in the process.

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If you live in a place where winter comes in force and outstays its welcome, this is the time of year when you are just about dying to get outside in your yard and enjoy some sunshine. Outdoor Projects, a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking, Fine Gardening, and Fine Homebuilding magazines, is designed to help you do just that.

We start in the garden, where you can build a picturesque arbor and then relax under it, make a graceful trellis out of saplings, plant the perfect patio garden, or even design your own outdoor shower.

Then you, the reader, will move on to some building projects that will make your backyard better—a fence that is infinitely more attractive than the cookie-cutter designs you find at the home center, a gate with a Japanese aesthetic, and a pergola designed to make an entryway more attractive.

If utility is more your thing, check out the backyard shed that one of our Fine Homebuilding editors designed. You can build it for under $2,000. And if you are feeling very energetic, read master wall builder Brian Post’s article on how to build stone walls that will last for centuries.

No backyard or patio would be complete without furniture, and the editors from Fine Woodworking have just what is needed. Choose from three designs for garden seating from expert furniture makers, or tackle a modern take on the Adirondack chair by New Hampshire furniture master Tom McLaughlin. There’s also a cedar bench that is built to withstand anything nature can throw at it.

To top it off, this collection includes two projects from a new book that focuses on the growing maker movement—a concrete-top table and an easy doormat that come from Brad Rodriguez of Fix This Build That (fixthisbuildthat.com). Try them; you’ll learn some new skills and have fun in the process.

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Author Editors of Fine Woodworking, Fine Gardening, and Fine Homebuilding magazines
Publication Year 2019
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Table Of Contents

If you live in a place where winter comes in force and outstays its welcome, this is the time of year when you are just about dying to get outside in your yard and enjoy some sunshine. Outdoor Projects, a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking, Fine Gardening, and Fine Homebuilding magazines, is designed to help you do just that.

We start in the garden, where you can build a picturesque arbor and then relax under it, make a graceful trellis out of saplings, plant the perfect patio garden, or even design your own outdoor shower.

Then you, the reader, will move on to some building projects that will make your backyard better—a fence that is infinitely more attractive than the cookie-cutter designs you find at the home center, a gate with a Japanese aesthetic, and a pergola designed to make an entryway more attractive.

If utility is more your thing, check out the backyard shed that one of our Fine Homebuilding editors designed. You can build it for under $2,000. And if you are feeling very energetic, read master wall builder Brian Post’s article on how to build stone walls that will last for centuries.

No backyard or patio would be complete without furniture, and the editors from Fine Woodworking have just what is needed. Choose from three designs for garden seating from expert furniture makers, or tackle a modern take on the Adirondack chair by New Hampshire furniture master Tom McLaughlin. There’s also a cedar bench that is built to withstand anything nature can throw at it.

To top it off, this collection includes two projects from a new book that focuses on the growing maker movement—a concrete-top table and an easy doormat that come from Brad Rodriguez of Fix This Build That (fixthisbuildthat.com). Try them; you’ll learn some new skills and have fun in the process.

Video No
Author Editors of Fine Woodworking, Fine Gardening and Fine Homebuilding magazines
Publication Year 2019
Dimensions No
Pages No
Photo No
Drawings No
Extra No
Other Formats No
Format eBook (PDF)
Cover Special Issue
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