The Minimalist Woodworker
Vic Tesolin tells the truth about woodworking: you don’t need a single machine or a huge shop. All you need are a few essential tools, a little bit of space for a basic workbench, and the desire to...
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Spring House Press
Written by Vic Tesolin, aka the Minimalist Woodworker, the book offers a stress-free approach to woodworking. It begins with an understanding of the minimalist mindset and quickly details how to make a small space productive, while outlining the most efficient tools for a woodworker. Each piece of equipment is explained, and techniques and instructions for keeping each piece sharp and well-maintained are provided.
Once space and tools are covered, six useful projects are presented: a saw bench and matching saw horse; a Nicholson-style workbench; a shooting board/bench hook; a shop mallet; and a small hanging cabinet. Each project not only develops woodworking skills, but also outfits a small shop. With step-by-step instructions, photos, illustrations, and an easy-going tone, The Minimalist Woodworker offers an informative, stress-free point of entry into the life-long craft of woodworking. 151 pages, Softcover, Copyright 2016, ISBN: 978-1-940611-35-8.
- Woodworking does not require the need for a single machine or a huge shop
- From the tools and the workspace to the easy-to-follow instructions
- Step-by-step instructions, photos, illustrations