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Country Pine Hutch
$15.96
1h 12m 55s
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Access includes complete video series plus all class materials.
Instructor

Furniture maker Andrew Hunter takes you through the entire process of building a classic pine hutch using traditional hand tools.  Hunter begins by demonstrating how to mill rough lumber using Japanese handplanes, with lessons that are just as useful for Western handplane users.

You’ll learn a variety of traditional furniture-making techniques, including how to craft hand-shaped spindles, how to cut and fit mortise-and-tenon joinery by hand, and how to apply a traditional milk paint finish that instantly imparts the appearance of a centuries-old antique.

Hunter also demonstrates assembly using traditional cut nails, how to make a shiplapped hutch back, and how to craft moldings and frame-and-panel doors.

Enjoy the simple satisfaction of completing this entire piece without a single power tool, and handcraft a future heirloom.

The Class Materials for this workshop include a printable plan and a digital plan for use with SketchUp® software.

 

 

 

This workshop is also available on DVD from the Taunton Store.

 

 

 

This workshop is also available with a paid membership to the Fine Woodworking website.

 

 

 

 

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Country Pine Hutch Resources (pdf download)
Country Hutch Printable Plan (pdf download)
Country Hutch SketchUp® digital plan
Make a Country Hutch (Fine Woodworking article)
How to Prep Rough Lumber with Hand Tools (Fine Woodworking article)
Skill-building Hand Tool Exercises (Fine Woodworking article)
How to Build Frame-and-Panel Doors by Hand (Fine Woodworking article)
A Back for Every Cabinet (Fine Woodworking article)
Joinery-Complete Guide to Woodworking Joints
Softcover Magazine
From the editors of Fine Woodworking
 
 
Hand Tools
Softcover Magazine
From the editors of Fine Woodworking
 
 
Hand Tools
Paperback
From the editors of Fine Woodworking