|Whether you're a novice with a casual interest in woodcarving or an experienced woodworker, you'll find the perfect book — or books! — to suit your style. These guides include instructions on techniques, suggestions for designs, and projects for everything from animal decoys to ornamental frames and panels.|
Products in Woodcarving
|The Book of Wood Carving |
by Charles Marshall Sayers
Finest book for beginners discusses fundamentals and offers 34 designs for panels, bookends, mirrors, and other projects.
|Carving Animal Caricatures |
by Elma Waltner
Specific instructions, photographs, and angle sketches for 24 projects — from Bolivar Bull through Casper Camel. Only simplest tools and materials used. 94 illustrations. "Excellent for the beginner." — National Carvers Museum Review.
|Carving Duck Decoys |
by Harry V. Shourds, Anthony Hillman
Detailed instructions and full-size templates for constructing 16 beautiful, marvelously practical decoys according to the time-honored South Jersey method.
|Easy-to-Do Flower Patterns for Woodcarvers |
by Mack Sutter
21 full-page floral patterns including roses, violets, tropical water lilies, birds of paradise, many more. Expert advice on carving, selecting woods, and applying finishes. 21 full-size photographs illustrate each finished carving.
|Manual of Traditional Wood Carving |
by Paul N. Hasluck
Superb guide to every aspect of the craft combines practical instruction with more than 1,000 photos and diagrams. Projects range from simple — boxes, chests, chairs — to complex — tables, cabinets, beds.
|Whittling and Woodcarving |
by E. J. Tangerman
Best book on market; clear, full. If you can cut a potato, you can carve toys, puzzles, chains, much more. Over 464 illustrations.