With hundreds of recipes for some of the most popular and enduring high-fire glazes, this reference is useful to ceramists who want to... Læs mere
Transform a block of wood into a beautiful kitchen utensil! A complete carving guide to creating functional and aesthetically pleasing wooden spoons, this must-have book features 15 skill-building projects that include a pie server, butter knife, honey dipper, scoops, and more.
Victorinox Swiss Army Knife Whittling Book shows you how to carve useful and whimsical objects in just a few minutes using nothing more than an original Swiss Army (R) knife and a twig.
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Presents various projects for woodturners. This book reflects the author's fascination with complex geometrical shapes, puzzles and mathematical curiosities. It gives woodturners... Læs mere
Demonstrates in detail how to build low-cost, low-tech, yet high-quality kilns and varied firing techniques. This work includes plans ranging from an easy, affordable and versatile Raku Kiln to a unique wood-fuelled Downdraft Stovepipe Barrel kiln.
Your favorite childhood craft is back in a big way! With Art Makers: Papier Mache, you can learn to craft and create using papier macheâ€”a fun, easy, and hands-on hobby that both kids and adults will love.
Whether you are just entering the hobby or re-acquainting yourself with it, this book provides simple step-by-step advice on how to get started on a build regardless of whether it is a ship, tank, aircraft or spaceship along with guidance on tools and equipment.
Demonstrates detailed build processes in image and text. Provides a suggested structure to your decision making. Covers a variety of projects and material types. Allows the reader to get under the covers of model construction. Includes upcycling and saving older models.
'No one in Britain knows more about crafting a spoon from greenwood than Barn The Spoon.' Guardian'London's most famous and charismatic spoon whittler ...
Emerging online trend that crosses over with many strong trends including Japan (Ikigai and Shinrin-yoku), mindfulness, getting back to nature, and working with your hands