Worked: A Bench Guide to Hand-Tool Efficiency - PRE ORDERWorked: A Bench Guide to Hand-Tool Efficiency - PRE ORDER
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Worked: A Bench Guide to Hand-Tool Efficiency - PRE ORDER
By: Joshua A. Klein Please note this should now arrive with us early September (later than originally planned due to delays) - if you order this with any other items we will hold the order and send everything together once Worked has arrived. There is a gap in most woodworking instruction. Somewhere in between tool descriptions (what they are and what they do) and step-by-step project tutorials,...
£21.00 (VAT exempt)
Joined: A Bench Guide to Furniture JoineryJoined: A Bench Guide to Furniture Joinery
Joined: A Bench Guide to Furniture Joinery
By: Joshua A. Klein Many woodworking how-to books have a distinctly clinical feel to them, taking a formulaic approach (complete with exploded computer-drafted imagery) to describe a woodworking process from start to finish. This method works well for conveying precise measurements and details for replicating a specific piece of furniture, but falls short when it comes to capturing the whole point...
£21.00 (VAT exempt)

The First Three Issues BookThe First Three Issues Book
The First Three Issues Book
A hardbound republication of the Issues 1-3 with additional essays from M&T editors Michael Updegraff, Jim McConnell, and Joshua A. Klein. Foreword by Christopher Schwarz of Lost Art Press. +450 pages, matte-coated paper, sewn binding. Printed in the USA. TABLES OF CONTENTS Issue One "The Mortise & Tenon Magazine Manifesto" - Joshua A. Klein "Imbued With Story:...
£52.00 (VAT exempt)
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 12
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Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 12
Volume 12 Table of Contents: “The Last Boatbuilder of the Nagara River” – Douglas Brooks “The Simple Art of Wooden Planemaking” – Joshua A. Klein “For the Love of History: A Journey into Practical Blacksmithing” – Jordan Goodwin “Risk & Reward: Skill as a Safety Net” – Michael Updegraff “The Van Gogh Chair”...
£22.50 (VAT exempt)

Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 11Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 11
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 11
Volume 11 Table of Contents: Nevan Carling – “Restoration of an 18th-century Loom” Jeremy Tritchler – “Discovering The Trade, Art, And Mystery of 18th-Century Cabinetmaking” Gustave Remon – “The Versatile Socket Axe” Joshua A. Klein – “Finding The Groove: The Value of Batch Production Woodworking Elia Bizzarri –...
£22.50 (VAT exempt)
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 10Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 10
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 10
Table of Contents: Will Wheeler - “An Unexpected Gift: Discovering Calm in a Modern Apprenticeship” Jeff Miller - “An Exercise in Precision & Randomness: Replicating David Pye’s Fluting Engine” Al Breed - Book Recommendation Joshua Klein – “Ready Hands: A Letter to My Sons” John Ruskin - “Savageness” George Walker –...
£22.50 (VAT exempt)

Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 9Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 9
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 9
Table of Contents: “The Sacred in the Common: Making an Icon Panel”– Symeon van Donkelaar “Making the Sussex Chair” – Abdollah Nafisi “The Legacy of Cesar Chelor” – Steve Voigt “Scribes of Nature: Dendrochronology & the Deeper Story of Wooden Objects” – Michael Updegraff “Examination of an 1815-1830 New...
£22.50 (VAT exempt)
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 8Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 8
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 8
Table of Contents: “A Sense of Place” Amy Umbel “Intermediate Technology in the Shop” Harry Bryan Examination: Grain-Painted Chest Over Drawers “Crafting an Education: Recreating Henry David Thoreau’s Desk with Eleventh Graders” – Cameron Turner “The Legend of the Jimmy Possum Chair” – Mike Epworth “Subversive...
£22.50 (VAT exempt)

Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 7Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 7
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 7
Table of Contents: "Partnership with Nature: An Interview with Peter Lamb" "A Fresh & Unexpected Beauty: Understanding David Pye’s 'Workmanship of Risk'" - JOSHUA A. KLEIN "The Weight of the Past" - BILL PAVLAK "Freedom From Vises: Workholding Solutions From Three Traditions" - MICHAEL UPDEGRAFF "A Good Day’s Work:...
£22.50 (VAT exempt)
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 6Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 6
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 6
Table of Contents: The Good Life: Discussing Slöjd with Jögge Sundqvist Cutting-edge Technology: Rediscovering the Double-iron Plane - Steve Voigt A Chair Called Henry - Nathaniel Brewster William Morris and George Nakashima: Finding the Middle Landscape - David Lane Examination: 1804 Painted Cupboard A Tale of Two Trees: The Radical Efficiency of Green Woodworking - Michael...
£22.50 (VAT exempt)

Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 5Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 5
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 5
Table of Contents: An Interview with Spencer Nelson on Apartment Woodworking An Overwhelming Call: The Life & Work of Eric Sloane - Michael Updegraff Chester Cornett's 'Masterpiece' - Brendan Gaffney Norse Seat Chest - Kate Fox Hand in Hand with Jonathan Fisher - Joshua A. Klein Traditional Coopering by Marshall Scheetz Book Recommendation - Chinnery's "Oak...
£22.50 (VAT exempt)
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 4
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 4
Table of Contents: "Carrying Their Legacies: Selecting, Restoring, & Using Wooden Bench Planes" by Joshua A. Klein "The Straight Truth" by Jim Tolpin "An Open Question: Investigating the Steam-bent drawer backs of the Swisegood School of Cabinetmaking" by Jim McConnell "The Quest for Mastery Through Production Work" by Jarrod Dahl "Carpentry...
£22.50 (VAT exempt)

Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 3Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 3
Mortise & Tenon Magazine - Issue 3
Table of Contents: "The Spring Pole Lathe: Design, Construction, and Use" by Joshua Klein "On the Trail of Two Cabinetmakers: Reconstructing the Careers of Samuel Wing and Tilly Mead" by: Shelley Cathcart & Amy Griffin "Essential Human Work: Reimagining a Legendary School on the Coast of Maine" - Interview with Drew Langsner & Kenneth Kortemeier "Modern...
£22.50 (VAT exempt)
Another Work is PossibleAnother Work is Possible
Another Work is Possible
By: Joshua A. Klein with Charpentiers Sans Frontières Since 2002, Charpentiers Sans Frontières (CSF, 'Carpenters Without Borders') have travelled around the world to build, using the old ways. With axe, saw, plumb bob, and chisel, this diverse group of skilled craftspeople restored a medieval bridge at a castle in France, built a new hewn-truss roof system on a blacksmith shop...
£45.00 (VAT exempt)