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Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac: Chippendale Footstool (Printed Plans only)

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In Chippendale Footstool, Tommy provides detailed instructions for the dramatic features that this piece showcases, sharing his carving experience and skill.
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4.0

i am sold

By tap

from smithfield, va

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Comments about PBS Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac: Chippendale Footstool (Printed Plans only):

the plans are easy to understand, all off the prosses is broken down to a few easy steps, except for carving the ball claw feet, how ever i recorded the show on the "chippendale footstool" between the recording and the printed plans i will get the project fininshed

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4.0

Overall good value.

By John

from Lava Hot Springs, ID

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Comments about PBS Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac: Chippendale Footstool (Printed Plans only):

The plans seem to be informative enough, with drawings, measurements, tools used, etc. The only shortcoming, that irritated me for some reason, was that the plans did not contain full-sized template patterns of the leg and ear. The plans simply instructed one to photocopy the patterns shown at 200%. How difficult and expensive could it have been to simply provide full-sized pattern templates?

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