Series: Build-It-Better-Yourself Woodworking Projects

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Accents for the Country Home (Build-It-Better-Yourself Woodworking Projects) by Nick Engler
Benches, Swings, and Gliders (Build It Better Yourself Woodworking Projects) by Nick Engler
Closets, chests, and boxes by Nick Engler
Country Furniture : Cupboards, Cabinets, and Shelves by Nick Engler
Country furniture: Kitchens and dining rooms (Build-it-better-yourself woodworking projects) by Nick Engler
Desks and bookcases (Build-it-better-yourself woodworking projects) by Nick Engler
Display cases, frames, and shelves (Build-it-better-yourself woodworking projects) by Nick Engler
Jigs, Fixtures, and Shop Furniture by Nick Engler
Outdoor Furniture by Nick Engler
Outdoor Structures by Nick Engler
Shelving and Storage by Nick Engler
Weekend Projects (Build-It-Yourself Woodworking Projects) by Nick Engler
Workshop Tables, Cabinets, and Jigs by Nick Engler

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  1. Joining Wood : Techniques for Better Woodworking by Nick Engler (1992)
  2. Country furniture: Living rooms and dens (Build-it-better-yourself woodworking projects) by Nick Engler (1989)
  3. Cabinetry: The Woodworkers Guide to Building Professional Looking Cabinets and Shelves by Robert A. Yoder (1992)
  4. The Woodwright's Shop: A Practical Guide to Traditional Woodcraft by Roy Underhill (1981)
  5. Mostly Shaker from the New Yankee Workshop by Norm Abram (1992)
  6. Designing and Building Cabinets (New Best of Fine Woodworking) by Editors of Fine Woodworking (2004)
  7. Advanced Woodworking (Home Repair and Improvement (Updated Series)) by Time-Life Books (1981)
  8. The New Yankee Workshop by Norm Abram (1989)
  9. Bookshelves & Cabinets by Stacey Berman (1974)
  10. Cabinetmaking and millwork by John Louis Feirer (1970)
  11. Woodworking Projects II: Fifty Easy-To-Make Projects from Hands on Magazine (Bk. 2) by "Hands on" Magazine (1986)
  12. Built-In Furniture: A Gallery of Design Ideas by Jim Tolpin (1997)
  13. Shelves, Cabinets & Bookcases by Fine Homebuilding (2008)
  14. Router Handbook by Patrick Spielman (1983)
  15. Capotosto's Woodworking Techniques and Projects by Rosario Capotosto (1982)

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