Vic Tesolin’s Projects from the Minimalist Woodworker teaches the basics of furniture making using step-by-step photos detailing the process of building handsome projects any woodworker will be proud to create.
A follow-up to Vic’s much-lauded first book, The Minimalist Woodworker, this book is a celebration of the small tool set needed to create beautiful work and and expansion of the techniques and skills learned in that first book. Like a seasoned woodworker lending a helping hand in the workshop, Vic Tesolin, aka “The Minimalist Woodworker,” is a master at demystifying the craft of woodworking so that anyone with any skill level can dive in and do good work. With Projects from the Minimalist Woodworker and even a modest toolset, anyone can develop their skill and enjoy unlimited hours in their shop.
You’ll learn to build a variety to pieces including a handsome dovetailed box, a wall cabinet, a storage chest, and handy shop projects like a hand plane and a marking knife.
About the Author
Before he jumped into the world of woodworking, Vic Tesolin served 14 years in the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery. After leaving the RCHA on an honorable discharge, he studied furniture design/making at Rosewood Studio and learned from some of the best in the business, including Garrett Hack and Michael Fortune. After finishing up his studies, Vic owned his own studio while working part-time at Rosewood as an instructor and craftsman in residence before eventually becoming an editor at Canadian Woodworking magazine. Vic now builds what he wants, when he wants, in his minimalist workshop. Learn more about Vic and check out his blog, latest projects, and other cool stuff at the MinimalistWoodworker.com.
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