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Anyone out there know of a site or plans to turn your own recorder? I
haven't been able to find it yet but it must exist somewhere in cyberspace.
Any help?

Doug



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On Sun, 29 Jan 2006 17:45:19 -0500, with neither quill nor qualm,
quickly quoth:

Anyone out there know of a site or plans to turn your own recorder? I
haven't been able to find it yet but it must exist somewhere in cyberspace.
Any help?


Check your library for a copy of Uncle Roy's book Doug. Or buy one, as
she's a keeper.

The Woodwright's Workbook
Further Explorations in Traditional Woodcraft
by Roy Underhill
259 pp., 81/2 x 11, 239 illus.
$18.95 paper ISBN 0-8078-4157-9

Table of Contents for The Woodwright's Workbook

Annotated Text of The Debate of the Carpenter's Tools
Making Workbenches
Making Screwboxes and Taps for Wood Threading
Constructing Springpole and Treadle Lathes
Building a Carpenter's Tool Chest
Rustic Chairs
Hickory-Bark Chair Bottoms
Turned High Chair
Weaving a Cattail Reed Chair Seat
A Loom-Back Chair
Ladders, Folding Bookstands, Eggbeaters, and Music Mills
Making a Rowboat
A Field Guide to American Tool Marks
Building a Colonial Fort, a Barn, and a Blacksmith Shop

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The Woodwright's Eclectic Workshop
by Roy Underhill
246 pp., 81/2 x 11, 225 illus.
$32.50 cloth ISBN 0-8078-2003-2
$16.95 paper ISBN 0-8078-4347-4

Table of Contents for The Woodwright's Eclectic Workshop

Woodworking Stories and Essays
Built to Last
Axemaker
Henry, Go Soak Your Head! [Thoreau the Woodworker]
The Woodlot
The Carpenter
Steeple Story
A Connecticut House Frame on a Caribbean Island
The Joiner
An "Unknown Young Man" [William Buckland, America's Master Joiner]
The Brickmaker's Hand
The Turner
The Wheelwright
The Millwright
The Cooper's Tale
Robinson's Mill
The Gunsmith
Mayhew and the Dark Side of Woodcraft
The Chairmakers
The Old Kitchen Table
The Carver's Son
The Toymaker
The Boatbuilders
Three Centuries of Woodworking with Joseph Moxon

Projects
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Felling and Squaring Timber
Building Log Cabin Walls
Roofing a Log Cabin
Hinges and Latches
Chinking and Daubing
Fireplaces and Chimneys
Four-Harness Loom
Making Planes
Jefferson's Ladder
Folding Folk Chairs
Tavern Table
Butterfly Table
Revolving Bookcase
Country Comfort--Making the Adirondack Chair

Toys
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German Rocking Horse
A Wood-and-Canvas Kayak
North Woods Toboggan
Appalachian Dulcimer
Walking-Stick Flute
Boxwood Recorder

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