Lady’s Hand MirrorComments (0)
Make this outstanding gift and learn valuable techniques along the way.
Designer/Builder: Bill Sands
Designer/Carver: Wayne Barton
Writers: Jim Harrold and Wayne Barton
Overall dimensions: 4 5/8"w × 5/8"d × 11 1/4"l
Here’s a project destined to receive daily use. Made from a single piece of wood, this lady’s hand mirror offers utility and great looks in one pleasing design. Better still, you’ll learn about router templates and a few super-handy bits. Choose basswood or butternut and enhance the shape with the attractive chip-carved design and instructions from expert Wayne Barton. Or go with a figured wood, such as a bird’s-eye or tiger maple if you’re not into carving. In any case, you’ll end up with the perfect heirloom gift.
Note: See the Convenience-Plus Buying Guide on page 63 for project supplies.
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