WHIRLYGIGS AND WHIMMYDIDDLES: And Other American Folkcraft Objects by Florence Pettit

WHIRLYGIGS AND WHIMMYDIDDLES: And Other American Folkcraft Objects

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Though laden with elementary advice and explicit directions, this is for hobbyists who are committed and mature and who have access to a well equipped woodshop. In all eighteen crafts (quilting, candle making, whittling, carving, etc.) are represented, each one allotted a chapter of up to 20 pages; many of the chapters include different projects that cover a range of difficulty.

Publisher: T.Y. Crowell