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Doormaking: Materials, Techniques and Projects for Building Your First Door

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by Strother Purdy

A well-made and attractive door gives pleasure every time it’s used, but might not garner the attention of a piece of furniture. Time to give doors, and doormaking, their due! This clear and comprehensive book covers the construction of eight popular door styles, and also gives insights on the fundamentals: materials, techniques and projects.

Practical and encouraging, Doormaking not only helps you build your first door, it offers insights about wood and sheet goods, finishes (both interior and exterior) and tips on hanging doors. You’ll appreciate the companionship as well as the instruction.

144 pages. 8 1/2" x 11". Softcover.

"This book carefully and realistically details how to make wooden doors of all types. It is an excellent resource and very well written. An essential guide for woodworkers "Impressively informative, thoroughly user friendly in organization and presentation, profusely illustrated, Doormaking is a complete and comprehensive course of instruction that is an ideal instruction manual and guide for the woodworking hobbyist, the professional craftsman, or a DIY homeowner." ―Midwest Book Review

"This book has few competitors ... Recommended for collections serving homebuilders and advanced woodworkers." ―Library Journal

"Doormaking is unreservedly recommended, especially for any woodworking hobbyist, professional craftsman, or DIY homeowner. Comprehensive, accessible, "real world" practical, Doormaking is certain to be an enduringly popular and useful addition to school woodshop, personal, and community library woodworking instructional reference collections." ―Jack Mason, Reviewer's Bookshelf

Pages: 144
Binding: TP
Publisher: Linden

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