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UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Wood Turning, from Tree to Table by Bill Bowers and Wooden Bowls from the Scroll Saw by Carole Rothmancomments (88) December 20th, 2009 in blogs
Wood Turning, from Tree to Table: Bowls, Lamps, & Other Projects by Bill Bowers.
Schiffer Publishing, 2009.
$16.99; 80 pp.
Wooden Bowls from the Scroll Saw: 28 Useful & Surprisingly Easy-to-Make Projects (Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Book) by Carole Rothman.
Fox Chapel Publishing, 2009.
$19.95; 136 pp.
Here are 2 more books we received from the publishers and we're giving you an opportunity to win them. Leave a comment here for your chance to win.
Wood Turning, from Tree to Table: Bowls, Lamps, & Other Projects, by woodturner Bill Bowers, is full of color photos to guide you through harvesting a tree, green turning and sealing, finish turning, and final finishing. Bowers shows you how to turn bowls and lamps, and provides a gallery to inspire you to turn plates, ornaments and other goodies.
Wooden Bowls from the Scroll Saw: 28 Useful & Surprisingly Easy-to-Make Projects (Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Book), by Carole Rothman, is a different take on bowl making. In it Rothman shows you how to make 28 different projects with lots of step-by-step photos and instructions. And you don’t need a lathe. The bowls are made with flat pieces of wood and a scroll saw.
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