'Easy Shaker and Arts & Crafts Projects' from Popular Woodworking
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I’ve just finished compiling five classic Shaker and Arts & Crafts projects from issues of Woodworking Magazine into one PDF arranged to build the maker’s skills as he or she works through building these classic projects.

Easy Shaker and Arts & Crafts Projects” starts out with Christopher Schwarz’s simple (but handsome) nailed-together Shaker silverware tray, and works up to his hanging Shaker cabinet with a frame-and-panel door.

In between, you’ll learn how to build Robert W. Lang’s Arts & Crafts hanging shelves and Christopher’s Stickley magazine stand and Shaker side table with a simple drawer.

You’ll also find an article on how to make a drawer with one saw setup and “Als Ik Kan,” Christopher’s musing on signing one’s work. All for just $3.99.

And even if you’re already a maestro in the workshop, I think you’ll find these classic pieces of furniture are fun to build (and they make great holiday gifts – on which it’s high time you get started!)

Download your copy of “Easy Shaker & Arts & Crafts Projects” now!

— Megan Fitzpatrick

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  • Fred West

    Megan, three days later the link worked perfectly for me. So, based on what was said above, I believe that I must absolutely be related to the link. Would that be a correct reading? :o) Fred

  • rheilke

    Worked like a charm for me just now. Thanks! 🙂
    It just needed you to wave a dead chicken over it, Megan. /end voodoo

  • bluejazz

    If you click the link, then erase everything before the second www. the link will work. I believe Megan is really starting to hate URLs. 🙂

    • Megan Fitzpatrick
      Megan Fitzpatrick

      I don’t know what the &*^$% is going on. The html code is correct…yet when one clicks the link, the site is appending a prefix to the PW site before the actual store link. I’ve asked eMedia to look into it. But in the meantime, yeah, what bluejazz says works. Sigh.

      • bluejazz

        Sorry to poke fun, I have had the same problem in hte past. It looks like a relative vs absolute link issue. You might try putting Http:// in front of the link. In the past I have seen it assume the link in relative when it is intended to be absolute. No guarantees of course, these are computers after all.

        • Megan Fitzpatrick
          Megan Fitzpatrick

          Yeah – that seemed to be the trouble. Weird. I copied and pasted from the store just as I’ve always done. But I’ve added http. it works now. Reaching for the ibuprofen…

  • mike hamilton

    Tried to follow your download link to see a price. Link isn’t going where it ought.

    Regards,
    Mike

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