"Box-Making Basics: Design, Technique, Projects"
by David M. Freedman
The Taunton Press, Newtown, CT, 1997
Softcover, 144 pages, $19.95
"Highly recommended for personal, school, woodshop, and public library woodworking reference shelves." - Wisconsin Bookwatch
Box-Making Basics includes the following tips and techniques:
Box-Making Basics features step-by-step instructions on how to make 16 handsome boxes designed by the author and two other professional box makers. Projects include:
About the author:
Dave Freedman is a writer and woodworker who lives in the Chicago area. He is a former editor of American Woodworker magazine, and has demonstrated box-making techniques for woodworking guilds. He makes boxes for sale in art galleries and fairs.
A note from the author:
The popularity of wood boxes never seems to diminish. They combine the resplendence of nature with human craftsmanship and creative spirit. At the same time, wood boxes are useful. In their simplest forms, they're relatively easy to construct, inexpensive to acquire, yet limitless in their variety.