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Classic Wooden Toys

  • Kartonierter Einband
  • 198 Seiten
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One of the woodworking industry's most experienced journalists, Jim Harrold brings nearly three decades of writing and woodworking... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

Autorentext
One of the woodworking industry's most experienced journalists, Jim Harrold brings nearly three decades of writing and woodworking to Classic Wooden Toys. His goal is to help woodworkers learn as much about woodworking as possible through a variety of attractive projects and essential techniques. During his time as a woodworking editor, Jim served as the editor of Woodcraft, Home Plan Ideas, Do-It-Yourself, and Wood magazines, and headed up several building books bearing the Better Homes & Gardens name. Now retired, Jim's assembled the shop he's always wanted and spends his free time building furniture, jewelry boxes, and whatever else he finds interesting. He lives in Hawaii.

Klappentext

In a lineup of children's toys that are mass produced, disposable, or made of plastic, a handmade wooden toy will stand out every time: they're sturdy, timeless, and just plain fun. With twenty projects that are smartly designed and built to last, Classic Wooden Toys delivers the goods that can stand up to an energetic child and still look great when passed from one generation to the next. Whether you're looking a rugged toy truck, delicate doll furniture, or a playful bookshelf and toy chest that will grow with your kids, Classic Wooden Toys is a reliable guide and helpful hand that walks you through the entire building process. Complete with step-by-step instructions and easy-to-follow photos and plans from the likes of Andy Rae, David Wakefield, and Chuck Hedlund, these projects are perfect for makers at all levels-from first time woodworkers to seasoned pros. In the end, the twenty projects in Classic Wooden Toys guarantees building satisfaction for every woodworker-and hours of imaginative play for the lucky kiddos who get to play with them.



Zusammenfassung

In a lineup of children’s toys that are mass produced, disposable, or made of plastic, a handmade wooden toy will stand out every time: they’re sturdy, timeless, and just plain fun. With twenty projects that are smartly designed and built to last, Classic Wooden Toys delivers the goods that can stand up to an energetic child and still look great when passed from one generation to the next.  Whether you’re looking a rugged toy truck, delicate doll furniture, or a playful bookshelf and toy chest that will grow with your kids, Classic Wooden Toys is a reliable guide and helpful hand that walks you through the entire building process. Complete with step-by-step instructions and easy-to-follow photos and plans from the likes of Andy Rae, David Wakefield, and Chuck Hedlund, these projects are perfect for makers at all levels—from first time woodworkers to seasoned pros. In the end, the twenty projects in Classic Wooden Toys guarantees building satisfaction for every woodworker—and hours of imaginative play for the lucky kiddos who get to play with them.



Inhalt

  • Introduction
  • Imaginative Play
    • Painting Ease / Rocking Pony / Marble Race
    • Magic Coin Bank / Rainbow Thrower / Scrapwood Wagon
  • Doll-Time Projects
    • Doll Cradle / Doll High Chair
  • Construction Toys
    • Three of a kind Trucks / Front-End Loader / Toy Truck
    • Road Grader / Bulldozer / Tug Boat
  • Push Toy Pals
    • Chomping Shark / Waddling Walrus / Beaver
  • Toy Storage
    • Treasure Chest / Kid Friendly Toy Box / Pencil Post Book Shelf

Produktinformationen

Titel: Classic Wooden Toys
Untertitel: Step-by-Step Instructions for 20 Built to Last Projects
Editor:
EAN: 9781950934003
ISBN: 978-1-950934-00-3
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Ingram Publishers Services
Genre: Hobby & Haus
Anzahl Seiten: 198
Veröffentlichung: 28.04.2020
Jahr: 2020
Auflage: 2. A.