Box-making presents an opportunity for woodworkers to combine eye-catching shapes and fine woods while keeping the scale of projects manageable in size, cost and time commitment.
This book guides you through the process of making eight wooden boxes cut almost exclusively on the bandsaw, ranging in style from simple geometric shapes to Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern-influenced designs. All have fitted drawers and are about the size of a jewellery box or watch case. Each project has step-by-step instructions with color photographs, tools and materials lists, and templates that you can either photocopy or download from the author’s website.
Presented as skill-building projects, they allow woodworkers to refine their box-building skills before creating their own designs. To provide inspiration, the end of the book presents a gallery of boxes by woodworkers around the world.
Paperback, 8" × 8", 120 pages, 2015.