What are some of the projects did you create when you first started woodworking. It brought me back to my days in high school woodshop, for those of you who remember that. We made coffee tables, end tables, and bookshelves. I was looking for ideas that were fun to build as well as something enjoyable. I started to look everywhere but was having a rough time finding ideas of what I wanted to make until I came across a site that had a good book source.
It wasn't until a couple of years ago that I realized that I was happiest with my woodworking by making the normal mundane stuff for around the house. The problem was that finding books on vernacular furniture was not that easy. The closest I had come was books that had the word ‘country' in the title and that didn't really seem to fit the bill. Museums didn't really have much to offer because their collection was more on the high style side of the scale. So short of finding old pieces in antique shops and older homes, I didn't have much to go on … until now.
Chris Schwarz has released another book with the word ‘Anarchy' in the title. In our scared society, I'm surprised he can ship them anywhere without going on a no-fly list. I really enjoyed the first book he wrote so titled, The Anarchist's Tool Chest because it was no bull-crap (is that hyphenated?) book on one of the fundamentals of woodworking, the tools. On my third reading of the book, I discovered that for me it was less about tools and more about an attitude towards woodworking and life in general. So it was no surprise to me that his latest book, The Anarchist's Design Book, was no different.
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