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In Winter's Kitchen – $25.00

Beth Dooley has spent as much time exploring, thinking, and writing about the foods of the Upper Midwest as anyone. In her first memoir, the noted cookbook author examines our…
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Forgotten Skills of Cooking – $40.00

Darina Allen is the Julia Child of Ireland, and in this beautifully photographed cookbook she presents the simple techniques honed by home cooks in the European farmstead tradition. From foraged…
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The Anarchist's Tool Chest – $37.00

By Christopher Schwarz. The Anarchist's Tool Chest covers the construction and outfitting of a comprehensive, working tool chest sure to support your craft habit. We're excited to offer this book from…
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By Hand & Eye – $36.00

By George R. Walker and Jim Toplin. By Hand & Eye descripes the importance of proportion and geometry in design, and offers design exercises and projects to become a better designer. We're…
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Community of Craft – $45.00

As part of our 20th anniversary celebration, over 100 of our instructors submitted 6"x6" tiles representative of their particular craft. Community of Craft is a catalog of these unique tiles, which are…
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The Essential Woodworker – $28.95

A fantastic book about using hand tools, The Essential Woodworker is fulled with photographs and hundreds of hand-drawn illustrations. It describes basic skills, techniques, design, and tool selection. Projects—including a table and…
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Make a Joint Stool from a Tree – $43.00

By Jennie Alexander and Peter Follansbee. Make a Joint Stool from a Tree explores 17th century woodworking through a single project, the joint stool. This focused study begins with splitting an…
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Shaving Horses, Lap Shaves, and other Woodland Vices – $29.95

From author Sean Hellman, a practical, instructive book with plans, diagrams, and clear working guidance for making shaving horses. Similarly, lap shaves and other woodland vices are explained. We are excited to…
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Chairmakers Notebook by Peter Galbert – $52.00

Whether you are an aspiring professional chairmaker, an experienced green woodworker or a home woodworker curious about the craft, “Chairmaker’s Notebook” is an in-depth guide to building your first Windsor…
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With the Grain: A Craftsman's Guide to Understanding Wood by Christian Becksvort – $34.00

“With the Grain” contains the facts you need to know at the lumberyard, in the woodlot and in the shop. It gives you enough science so you understand how trees…
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Spon by Barn the Spoon – $29.95

'No one in Britain knows more about crafting a spoon from greenwood than Barn The Spoon.' Guardian 'London's most famous and charismatic spoon whittler ... King of the whittlers.' Sunday Telegraph
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Grandpa's Workshop by Maurice Pommier – $29.00

This 48-page book was translated by Brian Anderson, an American-born writer and woodworker who lives and works in France. It is ostensibly a book for children, though the stories, lessons…
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Slöjd in Wood by Jögge Sundqvist – $37.00

We’d like you to visit the world of slöjd, a place where people make the things they need using simple tools and materials that are all around them.
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Ingenious Mechanicks: Early Workbenches and Workholdings by Christopher Schwarz – $39.00

Workbenches with screw-driven vises are a fairly modern invention. For more than 2,000 years, woodworkers built complex and beautiful pieces of furniture using simpler benches that relied on pegs, wedges…
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Woodworking in Estonia by Ants Viires – $28.95

“Woodworking in Estonia” is an important piece of evidence in understanding how our ancestors worked wood and understood it more intimately than we do. Viires records in great detail everything…
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