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False Graining Techniques
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Beth Oberholtzer is a graphic designer, illustrator and photographer from Lancaster, Pa. The daughter of a Lancaster County farmer whose Mennonite ancestors crossed the Atlantic in 1727, Beth greatly admires Pennsylvania German handcrafts, vintage textiles, and works of art and utility made from repurposed materials. Although she has designed hundreds of books, this is the second she has coauthored.

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"King and Oberholtzer successfully walk the novice through the entire process, making stunning results attainable. This fantastic title on an underrepresented topic is a must for any woodworking collection; highly recommended." -- Karen Ellis, Library Journal, October 1, 2013

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