Handcrafted : a woodworker's story / Clint Harp.
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- ISBN: 9781501188985
- ISBN: 1501188984
- Physical Description: x, 239 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Edition: First Touchstone hardcover edition.
- Publisher: New York : Touchstone, 2018.
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A seed is planted -- Laborer. Milled ; Splintered; Setting up shop; Blueprints; Raw materials -- Craftsman. Wood grain; Rough cuts; Handcrafted; In the groove; Leg work; Varying grits -- Journeyman. Chiseled; Joinery; Final touches; A strong finish; Around this table.
While Clint Harp is now known as Chip and Joanna Gaines’s go-to table maker on Fixer Upper and a nationally acclaimed artisan, his life has not always been the DIY dream we see on the show. Ten years ago, he played the role of what he thought was a good husband, father, and provider, dutifully working at a sales job that came with a healthy paycheck. Yet he kept coming back to his unfilled dream of building furniture. With the support of his wife, the encouragement of a mentor, and a life full of lessons, he finally took the leap, quit his job and set out on a quest to become a carpenter. Without formal training, financing, workspace, or customers, the Harps were quickly on the edge of financial collapse. Than Clint met Chip Gaines at a gas station—a chance encounter that marked the next chapter on a wild ride Clint and his wife, Kelly, wouldn’t have imagined possible.
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