Over 45 new patterns and borders accompany projects like key racks, picture frames, various boxes, serving tray, clock frames, etc. There are lots of photographs of the finished projects which you can be used as references too! As well as the patterns, we have included some helpful tips on choosing the wood and how to transfer the pattern onto your work. 60pp
Chip Carving Classics "Two" features over 40 primary patterns and tons of borders including "getting around those corners". Both books have text covering such topics as Positive/Negative, Ooops...we all make mistakes, Finishing techniques and styles, etc.
Expert Techniques and 50 All-Time Favorite Projects
In this collection of the best chip carving projects from the pages of Woodcarving Illustrated, both beginner and experienced chip carvers will find this book a useful reference. Whether you are looking to make a decorative accent for your home such as a charming teapot clock, or a personalized gift like a beautiful wedding plate, the variety of projects presented will provide you with inspiration.
The Chipping Away Newsletter was in publication from 1994 until 2002. Over the years we received a great deal of mail: questions, heart warming letters, helpful tips and techniques on everything from carving to finishing, and patterns - lots of patterns. Now it is time to turn the best of it into book form.