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The New Yankee workshop outdoor projects

Author: Norm Abram
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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As host of public television's New Yankee Workshop and master carpenter for the ever-popular This Old House series, Norm Abram shares his legendary woodworking skills and ingenuity with millions of viewers. Now he invites you back into his workshop to build ten classic, handsome outdoor projects that will last through years of sunshine, rain, and snow. With the help of Norm's expert guidance, as well as detailed  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norm Abram
ISBN: 0316004855 9780316004855 0316004863 9780316004862
OCLC Number: 29390173
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xx, 203 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Other Titles: New Yankee workshop (Television program)
Responsibility: Norm Abram.

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As host of public television's New Yankee Workshop and master carpenter for the ever-popular This Old House series, Norm Abram shares his legendary woodworking skills and ingenuity with millions of viewers. Now he invites you back into his workshop to build ten classic, handsome outdoor projects that will last through years of sunshine, rain, and snow. With the help of Norm's expert guidance, as well as detailed instructions and illustrations at every step of the way, you will learn how to: select the appropriate tools and materials (especially important for outdoor durability); build a sandbox, gardener's workbench, wheelbarrow, picnic table, garden swing, planters, child's wagon, lidded bench, colonial fences, and redwood arbor; and assemble and weatherproof each piece. Capturing the wisdom and experience of a celebrated craftsman, this newest volume in the New Yankee Workshop series is an invaluable and inspiring resource for every home woodworker.

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