New from The Taunton Press, a set of four books of the best tips from the "Methods of Work" column at Fine Woodworking magazine
Since 1976 Jim Richey has written the "Methods of Work" column, in which readers share approaches to woodworking problems or ask for help, and he responds with clear, simply illustrated explanations. Sampling literally tens of thousands of reader submissions, this series, edited by Richey, features the best advice from 25 years of Fine Woodworking.
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Jim Richey is a contributor for Taunton Press titles including Workshop Methods of Work.From Library Journal:
Columns featuring reader-submitted tips are one of the most popular sections of any do-it-yourself magazine. These titles feature hundreds of such tricks of the trade that originally appeared in Fine Woodworking magazine over the last 25 years. Nearly every aspect of woodworking is covered: shop-made fixtures, tool modifications, new uses of common materials, and means of solving seemingly insurmountable problems. These tips have stood the test of time and represent some of the best advice available if a tip wasn't that good, some wise guy would have submitted something better. These outstanding titles should be part of every public library collection; a slip-cased four-volume set is available.
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