Quick & Easy Handmade Garden Furniture

Posted by 27.07. 2007 08:57:14 (10243 readers)

Quick & Easy Handmade Garden Furniture

With the right furnishings and accessories, your back yard and garden will be the most enjoyable part of your home--a haven in which you can truly unwind, entertain, and, of course, cultivate your plants. Philip and Kate Haxell Have created a diverse range of garden furniture from a New England-x wooden bench to a woven willow sun screen. With 23 easy-to-make projects for furnishings, accessories, and gardener's equipment, "Quick and Easy Handmade Garden Furniture" graces every garden with a personal touch. Every project is extensively illustrated with clear step-by-step photography, and templates where necessary, to explain the process. Each piece can be made in a weekend by the novice woodcrafter with the minimum number of tools.

All of the most common techniques are covered in a separate techniques section with advice on materials, equipment, custom alterations, and usage. *Packed with stylish ideas for planting and relaxing *Each project and technique carefully explained in an easy-to-follow step-by-step format. *Projects for every part of the garden and every x of garden.

Author: Philip Haxell, Kate Haxell,
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small , 2007-04
ISBN: 1904991793, EAN: 9781904991793
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