Green Woodworking Pattern Book: 300 woodland projects from spoons to stools
Author Ray Tabor
Three hundred woodland projects from spoons to stools.
A guide to green woodworking, with detailed patterns for beautiful designs.
Green woodworking involves the use of freshly felled timber, known as unseasoned wood, and embraces a number of traditional woodland crafts, including turning and carving. This book contains hundreds of patterns for traditional green woodworking projects, from fences, gates, and garden furniture to light pulls and door wedges—all with detailed dimensions. Each item comes with annotated black-and-white patterns, a brief description, historical information, and details of the materials that should be used. It’s an ideal sourcebook for those looking to use their green woodworking skills to make traditional items of beauty.
About The Author
Ray Tabor worked in a woodland nature reserve for many years, producing and selling traditional products. He was chair of the conservation activities of the UK’s largest wildlife trust, lead courses in woodland crafts and management, and wrote about crafts, tools, and woodland conservation. His best-selling Traditional Woodland Crafts, also published by Batsford, has been reprinted several times.