Byrdcliffe Linen Press–Another Favorite from Classic Arts & Crafts Furniture — 14 Comments

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    • There are drawings included in the book as well as a cutlist. In addition there are patterns for the door panels available as a pdf online. I’ve thought about making large format plans available, but I have a rather lengthy “to do” list so it may me a while.

      Bob Lang

    • Worked perfectly. Thank you for your inspiration. I am very excited to start this project.
      You are a great wood worker, and part of the American fabric of traditions and ideals of this great country.

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