• Build your own piece of history!

    Learn to build an elegant continuous-arm Windsor rocking chair from log to finish in this detailed, step-by-step video. This historical chair - a cherished form from British and American history - is a delight to build and a joy to sit in. You'll learn to:
    • Select and split a log
    • Determine what split becomes which chair piece
    • Shave the spindles and shape the seat
    • Steam-bend the chair's back
    • Turn legs on a lathe
    • Dry the tenons in a homemade kiln
    • Bore seat holes without jigs
    • Cut the rocker slots
    • Assemble the chair using wedges and hide glue
    Elia teaches you everything you need to know, with eight hours of instruction, how to build this classic and comfortable Windsor rocking chair by hand. SEE PREVIEW VIDEO BELOW…
  • Traditional hand plane making, made simpler in this 3.75 Hour step-by-step tutorial!

    Bill Anderson & Joshua Farnsworth offer a visually stunning and very detailed video about traditional hand plane making that is comprehensive enough for even beginners to successfully follow along and build a jointer plane of their own. Filmed on location in Roy Underhill’s Woodwright’s School in Pittsboro, North Carolina, Bill shows how to make an 18th Century jointer plane with only traditional woodworking hand tools. Bill simplifies the complicated hand plane building process, including wood selection, layout, mortising, using floats, building handles, chamfering the edges, truing the bottom, and finishing the plane. SEE PREVIEW VIDEO BELOW…
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    Traditional hand plane making, made simpler in this 3.75 Hour step-by-step tutorial!

    Free Shipping to USA + International Shipping Available Can't wait for shipping? Buy the Digital Streaming / Download Version Here >>> Bill Anderson & Joshua Farnsworth offer a visually stunning and very detailed video about traditional hand plane making that is comprehensive enough for even beginners to successfully follow along and build a jointer plane of their own. Filmed on location in Roy Underhill’s Woodwright’s School in Pittsboro, North Carolina, Bill shows how to make an 18th Century jointer plane with only traditional woodworking hand tools. Bill simplifies the complicated hand plane building process, including wood selection, layout, mortising, using floats, building handles, chamfering the edges, truing the bottom, and finishing the plane. SEE PREVIEW VIDEO BELOW…
  • Build a Greene & Greene Coffee Table!

    Free Shipping to USA + International Shipping Available. The "coffee table" didn't exist when Charles & Henry Greene were designing, but craftsman Dale Barnard saw the need and went to the Gamble House’s Tsuba-shaped dining table for inspiration. What’s a Tsuba? The hilt guard from a Japanese Samurai sword; the shape influenced Charles Greene so much that he used it in many furniture designs, and Dale adopted it here.
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