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Handmade: A Hands On Guide
by Asa Christiana
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Throw out the old rules and let creativity be your guide to making the things you use every day. Inspiring and informative, HANDMADE: A hands-on guide invites you to join the new handcraft movement, to expand your creativity, to build rather than buy. With complete instructions for 22 stylish and useful projects, HANDMADE: A hands-on guide lets makers of all skill levels explore new materials and modes—concrete, leather, wood, digital tools, welding, casting, and printing—and gain the confidence to dive in deeper.

About the Author:

ASA CHRISTIANA, former editor of Fine Woodworking magazine, has a background in both journalism and the trades. He lives in Portland, Ore., where he works as a freelance writer, maker, and photographer. His first book is Build Stuff with Wood (Taunton Press, 2017).
by Asa Christiana
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Throw out the old rules and let creativity be your guide to making the things you use every day. Inspiring and informative, HANDMADE: A hands-on guide invites you to join the new handcraft movement, to expand your creativity, to build rather than buy. With complete instructions for 22 stylish and useful projects, HANDMADE: A hands-on guide lets makers of all skill levels explore new materials and modes—concrete, leather, wood, digital tools, welding, casting, and printing—and gain the confidence to dive in deeper.

About the Author:
ASA CHRISTIANA, former editor of Fine Woodworking magazine, has a background in both journalism and the trades. He lives in Portland, Ore., where he works as a freelance writer, maker, and photographer. His first book is Build Stuff with Wood (Taunton Press, 2017).
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Throw out the old rules and let creativity be your guide to making the things you use every day. Inspiring and informative, HANDMADE: A hands-on guide invites you to join the new handcraft movement, to expand your creativity, to build rather than buy. With complete instructions for 22 stylish and useful projects, HANDMADE: A hands-on guide lets makers of all skill levels explore new materials and modes—concrete, leather, wood, digital tools, welding, casting, and printing—and gain the confidence to dive in deeper.

About the Author:

ASA CHRISTIANA, former editor of Fine Woodworking magazine, has a background in both journalism and the trades. He lives in Portland, Ore., where he works as a freelance writer, maker, and photographer. His first book is Build Stuff with Wood (Taunton Press, 2017).

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Throw out the old rules and let creativity be your guide to making the things you use every day. Inspiring and informative, HANDMADE: A hands-on guide invites you to join the new handcraft movement, to expand your creativity, to build rather than buy. With complete instructions for 22 stylish and useful projects, HANDMADE: A hands-on guide lets makers of all skill levels explore new materials and modes—concrete, leather, wood, digital tools, welding, casting, and printing—and gain the confidence to dive in deeper.

About the Author:
ASA CHRISTIANA, former editor of Fine Woodworking magazine, has a background in both journalism and the trades. He lives in Portland, Ore., where he works as a freelance writer, maker, and photographer. His first book is Build Stuff with Wood (Taunton Press, 2017).
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SKU FWW71071641
Table Of Contents introduction

1 join the maker revolution

2 building without boundaries
project no. 1: build a boom box from anything
project no. 2: make a cardboard chair that really works
project no. 3: turn an IKEA chair into a sled

3 wood still can’t be beat
project no. 4: turn a stump into a chair
project no. 5: six-pack caddy from pallet wood
project no. 6: pressed plants in reclaimed-wood frames
project no. 7: DIY doormat
project no. 8: 2×4 table with concrete tops

4 learn to work leather
project no. 9: tabletop valet
project no. 10: key loop with brass hardware
project no. 11: build a belt and a few new skills

5 light up your life
project no. 12: make a tabletop light with copper pipe
project no. 13: hack IKEA for cool pendant lights
project no. 14: make a row of Mason-jar lights

6 two ways to cast the coolest things
project no. 15: balloon candle holders
project no. 16: tabletop fireplace
project no. 17: mold one-of-a-kind furniture pulls—and more

7 printmaking: unlock your inner artist
project no. 18: screen-print your own T-shirts
project no. 19: learn Japanese woodblock printing

8 level up with digital tools
project no. 20: programmable LED signs
project no. 21: use a vinyl cutter to brand your business (or hobby)

9 welding opens up a new world
project no. 22: classic table teaches the basic techniques

index
Intro No
ISBN 978-1-63186-934-1
Video No
Author Asa Christiana
Publication Year 2018
Dimensions No
Pages 208
Photo 620
Drawings 6
Other Formats No
Cover Paperback
Format Paperback

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SKU FWW61077421
Table Of Contents introduction

1 join the maker revolution

2 building without boundaries
project no. 1: build a boom box from anything
project no. 2: make a cardboard chair that really works
project no. 3: turn an IKEA chair into a sled

3 wood still can’t be beat
project no. 4: turn a stump into a chair
project no. 5: six-pack caddy from pallet wood
project no. 6: pressed plants in reclaimed-wood frames
project no. 7: DIY doormat
project no. 8: 2×4 table with concrete tops

4 learn to work leather
project no. 9: tabletop valet
project no. 10: key loop with brass hardware
project no. 11: build a belt and a few new skills

5 light up your life
project no. 12: make a tabletop light with copper pipe
project no. 13: hack IKEA for cool pendant lights
project no. 14: make a row of Mason-jar lights

6 two ways to cast the coolest things
project no. 15: balloon candle holders
project no. 16: tabletop fireplace
project no. 17: mold one-of-a-kind furniture pulls—and more

7 printmaking: unlock your inner artist
project no. 18: screen-print your own T-shirts
project no. 19: learn Japanese woodblock printing

8 level up with digital tools
project no. 20: programmable LED signs
project no. 21: use a vinyl cutter to brand your business (or hobby)

9 welding opens up a new world
project no. 22: classic table teaches the basic techniques

index
Intro No
Video No
Author Asa Christiana
ISBN No
Publication Year 2018
Pages 208
Photo 620
Drawings 6
Video Download No
Other Formats No
Cover PDF eBook
Format eBook (PDF)
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