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    1. 05-19-2012, 2:15 PM #1
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      Looking for a source for mission style furniture plans

      I''m looking for professional level plans and am not interested in magazine articles with schematics, or those "how to" books available on Amazon. The plans should be professionally drafted with clear and accurate dimensions, and should be accompanied by clear step-by-step instructions and, preferably, photos. I expect to pay good $ for quality plans. I''ll keep you busy for quite a while.

      http://www.amazon.com/The-Furniture-...7465126&sr=8-1
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    2. 05-19-2012, 6:26 PM 05-19-2012, 6:26 PM #4
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      I''re talking Stickley, I think you''m probably '' on this, is that Mission Style and Craftsman Style furniture were styles associated with the Arts and Crafts Movement. I think that the terms Mission and Craftsman are pretty much interchangeable. Stickley''Craftsman Workshop''s books. He''re very useful.
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      Thanks for mentioning my books. I don''t know where he would find anything that complete, short of taking a class.

      My drawings are depictions of the original pieces, but I left it up to my reader''t exactly what I am looking for, and you may be correct that I would benefit from a class. I will say that the dimension drawings in your books are a good overview of Craftsman general design and proportions. I''s worth, your book on cabinet making is one of 3 books that got me started in the cab biz. My only suggestion is that you improve the quality of the photo''re adequate but I think upgrading would make the book more attractive and easier on the eyes for us old timers



      Originally Posted by Bob Lang
      Thanks for mentioning my books. I don''t know where he would find anything that complete, short of taking a class.

      My drawings are depictions of the original pieces, but I left it up to my reader''ve got this book. It''m looking for a more complete catalog of Craftsman plans, including bedroom pieces.

      Thx for your comments


      Originally Posted by Damon Stathatos
      Not only an interesting read but detailed plans for a mirror, screen, bookcase/table, rocker, recliner, settle (day bed type), dining table, and clock case. The plans each include complete cut lists, diagrams from each elevation, photos of the components laid out before assembly, and detailed step-by-step instructions. Get this and it''s a great source of inspiration; someone more experienced in Stickley construction techniques could probably build many of the pieces based on the pics alone. At my level, unfortunately, I need detailed plans to get going.



      Originally Posted by Bill Huber
      You can always design your own, that is one of the things I like about woodworking. Look at furiture stores and on the net and find what you want and then make.
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    4. 05-20-2012, 5:46 PM #13
      The new book will contain all of the contents of the first two books, as well as the fourth "Shop Drawings for Craftsman Inlays & Hardware". I''t post a link here, but if you visit my new website, you can learn a lot more and sign up to be notified when I have copies available.

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    5. 05-20-2012, 6:20 PM #14
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      Will the book be available through Amazon?

      Originally Posted by Bob Lang
      The new book will contain all of the contents of the first two books, as well as the fourth "Shop Drawings for Craftsman Inlays & Hardware". I''t post a link here, but if you visit my new website, you can learn a lot more and sign up to be notified when I have copies available.

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      Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.

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      I have "Mission Furniture, How to make it" And have built several pieces using it as a general guide. It does not give exploded drawings but enough that one can muddle through. Not sure if it is still available as I have had it for well over twenty years, but if not and you would like to look it over I will let you borrow it. I do not want to sell it. But if you can''t always come back, but I''s Online
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