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The Impractical Cabinetmaker: Krenov on Composing, Making, and Detailing Paperback – February 1, 1999
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If all you want to do is cut out parts and fasten them together, why not get an erector set?...not so much sawdust. I agree with the reviewer who suggests that it should be required reading for every consumer as well.
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This book is for my husband who already knows woodworking. It is not really for an unskilled person unless you are extremely good with power tools and saws....Published 15 months ago by Vblow
Great book read it cover to cover while waiting for a flight I missed... 5 hours of reading pleasure. Krenov was ahead of his time.Published 20 months ago by Kelly S. Wilson
Best book ever. All Krenov books are a must buy if your a woodworkerPublished 23 months ago by dorrep
Krenov has always been an inspiration to me and did not fail with this book.Published 23 months ago by James J. Rogers
Talks about the spirit of craftsmanship and trends in wood working. Well thought out ideas many of which I agree with. Read more
So, my son is stationed overseas in a war zone and he really likes woodworking. My friend told me that there's this guy who was his most favorite woodworker, James Krenov. Read morePublished on July 25, 2010 by The Japanese garden builder
The first chapter of this book(weather you're a pro or not)will speech to all woodworkers.Published on February 11, 2010 by J. K. Reynolds
I appreciate Krenov for his love of fine craft, for his love of the work and even for wood itself. Krenov's spirit comes through strongly in his writing - another indication of... Read morePublished on August 12, 2008 by New England Yankee
Inspirational reading for aspiring woodworkers who have no mentor. George Nakashima and Mr. James Krenov give an Impractical feel to wood and teaches us reverence. Read morePublished on August 12, 2007 by Thomas( Doc Savage 45)