For most people, building a wood project starts with finding a woodworking plan. Sure, plans can help, but they assume a lot from readers—often leaving out critical steps in the building process that more experienced builders no longer need—like which tools to use, which boards to buy, and what size pilot hole to drill for a particular size woodscrew. This is important stuff to know, but unfortunately it’s missing from most woodworking plans, diagrams and blueprints.

How to Build Anything has the missing pieces that woodworking plans leave out.

How to Build Anything makes no assumptions about your woodworking skills. With clear, concise language (no woodworking jargon allowed!) the 10-part series takes you step-by-step through the entire building process—from buying your first set of power tools to brushing on the final coat of finish. Even if you’ve never owned a power tool, How to Build Anything can give you the skills and confidence to build literally hundreds of simple projects for around the home.

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