More Handouts from WIA in Pasadena

If you attended one of my sessions at Woodworking in America in Pasadena, Calif., on Saturday, this is the blog entry you are looking for. The rest of you can go about your business – or download these and be slightly confused.

Campaign Furniture: Below are two links. One is an all-too short bibliography on this style of furniture. The other is a .pdf version of my presentation.

Campaign Furniture – Further Reading

Campaign Furniture WIA 2012

The Furniture Style With No Name: Below is my “recipe” for a six-board chest. There is a .pdf document that explains the tools required and the cutting and assembly procedure I use. The second document is a SketchUp file that shows the construction steps in a visual way. After you open the model in SketchUp, click on the different tabs at the top of its window to move through the different scenes.

Six-board chest recipe

Download the SketchUp file from the 3D Warehouse here.

Remember: If you build this chest using this recipe, please send me a photo and any thoughts on how the procedure could be streamlined.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Chris Schwarz

Publisher of woodworking books and DVDs specializing in hand tool techniques.
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One Response to More Handouts from WIA in Pasadena

  1. martybacke says:

    Don’t forget the offer for a free hat (or t-shirt) if you build one and come up with some great insight into simplifying the build process.

    Great talks BTW.

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