Practical Projects for the Blacksmith

by Tucker, Ted
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 Practical Projects for the Blacksmith has all the information you need to learn while doing. It tells how to make a   a simple and inexpensive forge, what few tools you'll need to get started, where to get scraps of steel for your first projects. It will suggest items you can make, regardless of your skill level.

Projects include:

Meat skewer.....Tongs.....Hinges.....Nails.....Hooks.....Kitchen utensils.....Door bolts.....Harpoon.....Book holder

Trivets.....Fireplace fork.....Wall lamp.....Houseplant stand....Music stannd.....Wine rack.....Belt buckle

Each project is illustrated and explained in detailed step-by-step instructions. With each new project you tackle, you'll be practicing new blacksmithing skills. So plunge right in, with Practical Projects for the Blacksmith.

Format: Hard cover   Dimentions: 7 1/4" x 9 1/4"   Pages: 227   Illustrations: 250

 Blacksmithing is the kind of craft that's best learned by plunging in. Get the iron hot. Make the anvil ring. Work up a sweat. Have some fun! And while you're at it, make something useful.

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ISBN 13 978-1-936013-21-0
Author Tucker, Ted
Publisher Blue Moon Press
Format Hardcover
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