If you are looking for a book on making kitchen and bath cabinets, this isn't it.
Every page has an illustration (non measured drawing) giving details of types of joinery, moldings, etc. that can be used in furniture making.
I highly recommend this excellent book to any intermediate to experienced woodworker who wants to expand his furniture horizons.
Some really interesting stats on wood movement. Types of joinery to help eliminate stress from drying out and swelling. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Larry Furrow
says cabinetmaking I want cabinets not furniture very little in here about cabinets!!!!! not happy with the book would not recommend to anyone!!!Published 6 months ago by Jimmey swisher
The person it was sent to really likes the clear instructions and illustrations. Great for a beginner especially; would recommend it to other potential woodworkers.Published 6 months ago by Susan Gadpaille
Is not about cabinets as the larger print suggests. It does cover a lot of furniture and has minimal scope on cabinets...Published 10 months ago by Joseph Midjette Sr
I have already read through most of the book and will be trying my hand at making some base cabinets. If all goes well, I will branch out to more difficult projects in the book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by karenz
I am just starting to read up on woodworking, and this is the best cabinetmaking book I have seen. The exploded drawings could not be more clear. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Georgiana Shaylor
It has some good basic information about the structure of things. No plans to speak of, so if you're looking for that, get something else.Published 13 months ago by Dan Summerhays
Illustrations are large and on every page, easy to read, too many illustrations to count
Has a decent history of furniture styles from 1640 to Arts and... Read more