Pocket Hole Joinery
There are many ways to join two pieces of wood, but pocket hole joinery is fast becoming one of the most popular - mainly because it is a simple technique to master and the tooling available guarantees a strong joint every time. The eight projects in this book range from a simple picture frame, to a bathroom vanity, to furniture projects such as a bookshelf, dresser, and daybed.
Furniture maker Mark Edmundson explains the basics of pocket hole joinery, helps you select the right jig for the job, shows how to use pocket screws with dowels and biscuits, and explains why clamping is the most important part of the assembly. It's a complete course in pocket hole joinery, with eight great projects to show for it.
Author: Mark Edmundson