Roy Underhill's Woodwright Books
Celebrating 33 years of the Woodwright's Shop
Roy Underhill's PBS program, "The Woodwright's Shop," has brought classic hand-tool craftsmanship to viewers across America.
A former master craftsman at Colonial Williamsburg, Roy has inspired millions to "just say no to power tools" through his continuing work as a historian, craftsman, activist, and teacher.
Roy's Woodwright's Books are informed by a lifetime of experience and study. They honor the ingenuity of our ancestors, while encouraging us to rediscover the tools and techniques of self-reliance.
In his latest book, The Woodwright's Guide: Working Wood with Wedge and Edge, Roy shows how to engage the mysteries of the splitting wedge and the cutting edge to shape wood from forest to furniture.
The Woodwright's Guide: Working Wood with Wedge & Edge
A Practical Guide to Traditional Woodcraft
The Woodwright's Companion: Exploring Traditional Woodcraft
The Woodwright's Workbook: Further Exploration in Traditional Woodcraft
The Woodwright's Apprentice: Twenty Favorite Projects from the Wodwright's Shop
The Woodwright's Eclectic Workshop