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16315

Re: Bibliography?

Thank you for that! I actually did go to your site for that very reason, but my work computer showed an empty page on the bibliography page. I went home and it
Scot Eddy
Mar 31
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16314

Re: Bibliography?

For a glimpse of late period practice, I would recommend "The Art of Joinery" by Joseph Moxon, commentary by Christopher Schwarz, Lost Art Press LLC
John Newton
Mar 31
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16313

Re: Bibliography?

Marijn, Thanks for reminding us, I enjoy your work. Cheers, Brandubh On Tue, Mar 31, 2015 at 10:12 AM, gloerke@... [medievalsawdust]
Ben Cogan
Mar 31
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16312

Re: Bibliography?

Hi, I have an extensive (annotated) list of medieval tool and furniture books on my blog (the st. thomasguild blog). They can be found on a separate page
gloerke
Mar 31
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16311

Re: Bibliography?

... These are all about Japanese woodworking, natch. Coaldrake, William H. The Way of the Carpenter New York and Tokyo Weatherhill, Inc. 1990 Awesome book
Ishiyama Gen'tarou Yori'ie
Mar 31
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16310

Re: Bibliography?

Another good source is Roman Woodworking by Roger Ulrich http://www.amazon.com/Roman-Woodworking-Roger-B-Ulrich/dp/0300199848 Really interesting from the early
Richard Cullinan
Mar 31
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16309

Re: Bibliography?

Always keep in mind; whatever else changes, the wood remains the same. year after year, age after age. Therefore the only thing that changes from then till now
Karl Newman
Mar 30
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16308

Re: Bibliography?

so why do you need to be Very Careful with the Diehl books? I hope you have a great day! Rachel
Rachel Stallings
Mar 30
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16307

Re: Bibliography?

For the work that I have been doing the following books are high on the list: I do later period work so for me: "Make joint a stool from a tree"
Peter Ellison
Mar 30
#16307
 
16306

Re: Bibliography?

Roman Woodworking by Roger B. Ulrich
Ben Cogan
Mar 30
#16306
 
16305

Re: Bibliography?

For general projects and technique, you can't go wrong with Saint Roy (The Wood wright's workshop). The Mastermyer find is also a good one as well. I know
Duncan Sinclair
Mar 30
#16305
 
16304

Bibliography?

Thank you to everyone who made suggestions for our Woodworker's Guild. What suggstions do y'all have for books on medieval woodworking? The only thing I've
Scot Eddy
Mar 30
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16303

Mastermyr Chest by Arwidsson and Berg on Academia.edu

Just a quick note: The Mastermyr Chest by Arwidsson and Berg has been posted on Academia.edu (which does require registration to download, but browsing is
bsrlee
Mar 28
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16302

Re: ideas for a woodworkers guild

A small loom is a terrific idea! A box loom (tape loom) would be an excellent project. Requires fret sawing and drilling, joinery too. Also decorative carving
karincorbin
Mar 26
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16301

Re: ideas for a woodworkers guild

A small frame loom? Buttons/ Beads? card(s) for card weaving? Naalbinding needles? viking wire weaving Children's toys I hope you have a great day! Rachel
Rachel Stallings
Mar 25
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