Woodworker's Journal 1982-6-5, страница 3
Cutting a compound curved leg (page 36)
Editor and Publisher James J. McQuillan
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The Woodworker's Journal
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 5 SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1982
4 6 14 18
28 30 32 34 37
Restoring Antiques More Finishing Tips
The Beginning Woodworker
Pinned and Wedged Mortise and Tenon Joints
The Gift Shop
Cane Suppliers, Finishing Suppliers
Early American Hanging Corner Cupboard
by Steve Benjamin
Breakfast Serving Tray Veneered End Table by Robert A. McCoy Chess Table by Roger E. Schroeder Chest of Drawers
Contemporary Writing Desk by Walter Miles Towel Holder by Don McLean Whale Toy
Laminated Shoehorn by Sam Allen Spaghetti Measure Candle Holder by Robert A. McCoy Horizontal Boring Jig by L. A. Simonson