Make A Chair From A Tree : An Introduction To Working Green Wood by John D Alexander
English | Sep 1, 1978 | ISBN: 0918804019 | 125 Pages | PDF | 77 MB
When a tree is felled, the wood is green and is easy to cut, split, shave and shape. As it dries, the wood shrinks and hardensQand it becomes vastly more difficult to work. In the old days, wood-workers relied on the ease with which green wood could be worked to make the parts they needed, and on the way wood shrinks to hold these parts together.