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Puzzles in Wood Paperback – June, 1981
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If you're looking for projects that will develop your woodworking skills while engaging your curiosity, this timeless classic is for you. Originally published in 1928, this collection of 45 puzzles continues to delight the woodworking community with creative designs that incorporate fundamental techniques with fun and brain-teasing results. Inside Puzzles in Wood, you'll find ingenious boxes, banks, and burrs with secret drawers and mystery locks along with a detailed diagram to guide you through the construction process. You'll also find other enduring favorites such as: - Ball-in-a-Cage - Wooden Link Chain - Three Piece Cross - Locked links - The Great Pagoda This timeless collection of skill-building and mind-bending projects is a must-have for any workshop and promises to deliver a smile-inducing challenge to woodworkers of all skill levels. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm a mid-level woodworker and like to make puzzles and games for kids in my shop. I got this book realizing that it wasn't going to be easy just by looking at the project on the cover. Boy was I surprised! There are a few introductory pages at the front and the rest of the book is filled with technical drawings of how to build the puzzles. No detailed instructions or step by step instructions, just drawings and diagrams.
I might delve into it to try to get a pattern or two but this little bitty book (almost more of a pamphlet really) is very intimidating.
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It does have a few puzzles with readable patterns, but the majority of them either have no measurements.Read more