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Here's a couple resources re: Woodworking Plans/Books

Posted by K.Mac on September 2nd, 2000 07:25 AM
In reply to thanks by Cory B on September 1st, 2000 10:55 AM [Go to top of thread]

Hi Cory,
My husband does some woodworking as a hobby, and we've had trouble finding plans in retail stores. Most packets are mail order, or come in books or magazines. However, here's a few places to look. (Jay J. is correct, the Adirondack style rocker would probably be the least complicated for you, it has a simple style, cleaner lines, etc.) For plans, try Sears Hardware store (not the regular Sears Department Store). Usually near the Paint Dept. they have a rack of woodworking plans, relatively simple, under $10.00. I believe they have the Adirondack rocker. They have some books, too. Check Home Depot for books,too. Bookstores/drugstores carry some good woodworking magazines, you might find a useful article or two. Last but not least: don't forget your local library! It's not the most fun place for a senior to hang out, but they have some pretty good woodworking books :-) -Kathy

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