The Woodworker: The Charles H. Hayward Years, Vol. III: Joinery

This admirable companion covers all types of woodwork joints, including how to design, cut and...
This admirable companion covers all types of woodwork joints, including how to design, cut and fix them when things go awry. Based on the important book »Woodwork Joints« by Charles H. Hayward (1898-1998), which was first published in 1950 and then reprinted many times, it contains the kind of spare prose that made him one of the best woodworking authors of the 20th century. Like a good woodworking joint, Hayward's text contains nothing superfluous and lacks nothing important to the task at hand. Because of the nature of the magazine format, this book plumbs much deeper into the details of cutting and fitting joints to include things that never made it into »Woodwork Joints«. In addition to Hayward's take on joinery, this volume also offers the perspective of other British writers at the time that Hayward published in »The Woodworker«, including J. Maynard, Robert Wearing, K. J. S. Walker and C. A. Hewett.
     
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    • Pages 288
    • Binding hardcover
    • Illustrations numerous b/w illustrations and drawings
    • Size 222 x 287 mm
    • Language English
    Article no. 713068
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