As editor of the influential British magazine The Woodworker from 1939 to 1967, Charles H. Hayward had a lasting impact on the craft, contributing a huge amount of writing on virtually every aspect of working with wood.
This is the third in a series of books compiled from Hayward's articles, reprinted with his original drawings, diagrams and photographs. It includes every article he wrote on joinery, as well as selected ones by J. Maynard, Robert Wearing, K.J.S. Walker and C.A. Hewett.
Organized into chapters on panel, frame, dovetail and carcass joints, as well as miscellaneous joints for a wide range of specialized applications, the book covers a comprehensive range of hand-cut woodworking joinery in extraordinary detail.
Hardcover, 8 1/2" × 11", 288 pages, 2016. Other books in this series are available separately.