The Art of Whittling: Classic Woodworking Projects for Beginners and Hobbyists (Paperback)
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The Art of Whittling has provided readers with a wonderful introduction to the enjoyable hobby of whittling for decades. First published in 1930, Walter L. Faurot’s guide was one of the first manuals on the subject. This book contains a wealth of traditional whittling projects that are not found in many other books today.
Rediscover such classics as:
Interlocking wooden puzzles
Rings and dumbbells
Continuous wooden chains
Ships inside bottles
Perfect for a beginner or someone looking to enhance their whittling skills, this book also contains instructions for making such items as working wooden scissors and pliers, balls in cages, entwined hearts, fans, animal toys, and joint work. Enjoy exploring a new hobby with this unabridged republication of the original edition.
About the Author
Walter L. Faurot authored one of the earliest books on traditional whittling. He has since passed away. The book was first published by the Manual Arts Press in 1930, located in Peoria, Illinois.
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