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FREE: Download Your Window Seat Woodworking Project TODAY!

(A step by step woodworking project for you to build from scratch)


"This is a beautifully presented and easy to understand book that all aspiring woodworkers should consider getting..."

Kate Meintjies

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What People Are Saying:

Reuben Hart

With well illustrated photographs and clear instructions, the projects all seem doable and fun.


From the beginner to the accomplished wood worker, there is something in it for all.

Reuben Hart

702 DIY presenter and hardware store owner
Clare de Haas

With this book I think I could confidently walk into any hardware store and know exactly what tools and materials I would need.


Peter Alkema's book is a joy to page through with large and clear images that make the projects feel like they are really within your reach. 

Clare de Haas

Tourism Professional
Sherley Southworth

It is difficult to decide whether this beautiful book should be on the coffee table or in the workshop, perhaps one copy in each place!

Sherley Southworth

Scouting enthusiast and teacher

Easy To Understand Plans And Videos

Take A Glimpse Inside The Book

  • Be inspired with stunning pictures to create stylish and practical furniture for your home and family.

  • Understand how the projects are made with high quality illustrations and design information.

  • Learn about woodworking tools, techniques, joins, finishing, fasteners and much more.

  • Make the projects by following the step by step instructions and clearly labelled illustrations.

  • Improve the decor of your home as your family uses the stylish furniture in practical ways.

  • Benefit from the author's mistakes as he explains what he would do differently next time.

Download Your FREE Window Seat Plan & Chapter From The Book!

About The Author

Peter Alkema

Peter Alkema is married, has five children, two dogs and one circular saw. 

He is clueless in the kitchen but a Masters in Mechanical Engineering does mean he can use the toaster.

He works in IT at a bank during the day and makes sawdust in his workshop at night.

The inspiration for woodworking came from his late father and maybe his next book will be a collection of recipes for engineers.