Linden - The Art of Whittling: A Woodworking Classics Revisited Book
by Walter L. FaurotOne of the earliest guides to traditional whittling, this reprint of a 1930s classic preserves all of the original projects and text. This manual is still sought after by...
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by Walter L. Faurot
One of the earliest guides to traditional whittling, this reprint of a 1930s classic preserves all of the original projects and text. This manual is still sought after by whittlers because it explains how to carve many items popular in American tramp art and more complicated items that are not included in most whittling books, such as continuous wooden chairs, hand tools, puzzles, balls inside spirals, swivels, entwined hearts, and buildings inside bottles.
Paperback, 91 pages
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