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In The Workshop With Charles Neil Weekend Projects Vol. 1 DVD

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Build a beautiful Hancock Shaker Clock or a Shenandoah Valley Quilt Rack in just a weekend or two. Charles decided to create these projects on DVD for easy reference while building and making these heirloom pieces of furniture. A PDF reference disc which contains downloadable guides for both projects in included with the set. 4 disc set, 5 hours 30 minutes. Whether you're a beginner or a professional you'll enjoy the humor and experience that Charles brings to a variety of topics. Charles' DVD's present tough woodworking information and techniques in a very logical, down to earth fashion. Charles Neil has been building handcrafted furniture for 30 years and is a juried member of the Virginia Artisan's Association. He sells his work from his shop in New Market, VA as well as a gallery in Monument, CO. In addition, Charles is an accomplished instructor and his work has appeared in several publications.

  • This is a set of two projects you can make in your workshop in a weekend or two!
  • Hancock Shaker Clock
  • Shenandoah Valley Quilt Rack
  • 4 disc set, 5 hours 30 minutes
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    Comments about In The Workshop With Charles Neil Weekend Projects Vol. 1 DVD :

    Whilst Charles is obviously an excellent woodworker he needs to be more succinct in his instruction. That said I did learn a lot watching his DVD packaging COULD HAVE BEEN A LOT SMALLER IE TWO JIFFY BAG ENVELOPE INSTEAD OF AHUGE BOX THE CUSTOMS CHARGES AND POSTGE MADE IT COST PROHIBATIVE

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