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Outdoor woodworking games : 20 fun projects to make / Alan Goodsell & Randall Maxey.
Publication Information:
Lewes, East Sussex : Guild of Master Craftsman Publications, 2018.
Physical Description:
127 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
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Includes index.
"Have fun making an array of outdoor games that people of all ages can enjoy! With 20 popular games to create in your workshop, including classics such as limbo dancing and croquet, you will be able to entertain friends and family for hours and bring some friendly competition to your garden parties. You will only need basic woodworking skills, materials and tools to make the games. Each one has easy-to-follow step-by-step photographs and instructions, and there are plenty of diagrams to help you ensure your measurements are accurate. Once you have made the games you can read the instructions on how to play them, along with the all-impotant rules!"--Back cover.
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The reader of this exciting new title will have as much fun making the projects as they will playing the games! All of the 20 projects are designed to be made with the beginner woodworker in mind and using only basic woodworking tools and equipment, so they really are accessible to all. The comprehensive, step-by-step instructions are based on standard sizes of wood so that pieces simply need to be cut to length with some basic shaping. All accessories required will be readily available making each project as straightforward as possible to create. Alongside step-by-step photos each project will also include drawings where necessary. Each project will also include instructions on how to play the game along with the all-important rules! AUTHORS: Woodworker and journalist Alan Goodsell has written extensively on woodworking and tools for a range of magazines including the highly acclaimed Woodturning magazine, The Router, and Furniture & Cabinetmaking (GMC). Alan has moved back into publishing and is now producing a range of woodworking-related publications. Randall Maxey has been woodworking almost since he was old enough to lift a hammer. Born and raised in central Ohio, he owns a custom woodworking business, Cherry Ridge Woodworks. He is also the founder and owner of which supports th eidea that you can build great projects in small spaces. Randall served ten years as senior editor for a woodworking magazine and continues to write and edit articles for other woodworking publications and companies. SELLING POINTS: * 20 projects for creating great outdoor games. * Step-by-step instructions throughout. * All projects use standard measurements of wood. * Suitable for beginner woodworkers. 500 colour photographs and 60 illustrations