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Among owner-builders, the traditional timber frame has been held as a pinnacle of achievement--

for its rich history, unsurpassed beauty, and the sense of accomplishment it can offer. As founder

and director of Fox Maple School of Traditional Building, Steve Chappell--author of A Timber

Framer's Workshop/i>--is in a unique position to share the knowledge he's aquired over the past

30 years. The title page says this book has been a work in progress for 15 years. The detail

offered in illustrations and explanations supports that completely. Design and engineering make up

a good part of this bookbut it also includes an essential introduction, a section on tools, wood

characteristics, and joint details, among many other subjects. The point is, Chappell's 256-page

book should not be overlooked if you are serious about timber framing. -- Back Home Magazine,

Sept/Oct 1999Thank you for A Timber Framer's Workshop. I have been wanting to add a book like

this to Earthwood's Book Catalog for years. Other books in the field are either glossy coffee table

fare (pretty to look at, but lacking in hard-core info) or they are not particularly user-friendly. It's

great to see a timber framing book which is logically organized for easy extraction of the essential

information. We are pleased to add your crisply written textbook to our list. --Rob Roy, Director,

Earthwood Building School, October 1999Throughout the book, Chappell shares an infectious love

of the art of timber framing. A journeyman carpenter would be able to cut a timber frame with the

information presented in this book...His comprehensive 'Joinery Design', 'Tension Joinery', and

'Roof Framing & Truss Design' sections are technical enough to hand to your engineer, but also

comprehendable by the layman --Fine Homebuilding Read more Steve Chappell is a builder at

heart and a teacher by nature. His journey in timber framing began on the northern coast of

California in 1970, when by chance he joined a group of individuals in the construction of a joined

timber frame. The group was led by a New Englander who grew up playing in his uncle's barn, and

whose vague memories fueled the design. The concept of building with timbers using joinery

alone, secured by wooden pegs struck a chord. Inspired by the experience, he moved from the

Oregon coast to Maine in 1973 to study the early buildings of Colonial America first hand. Building,

teaching and writing about the craft has been his passion ever since. In 1975, after two years of

studying and repairing antique barn and house frames, Chappell started what would become one

of the first timber framing company's in North America devoted to building new joined timber

frames since its waning days at the end of the 19th century. This essentially marked the beginning


of the timber framing revival. The early 1980's saw a growing interest in timber framing. As a way

to fill the information gap, Chappell began conducting a series of timber framing workshops in

1983, and soon founded Fox Maple School of Traditional Building to better develop a structured

curriculum. Over the years he has instructed thousands of individuals in workshops from Maine to

California, Alaska to Argentina, Hawaii, Europe and across Canada. The same year he founded

Joiners' Quarterly, The Journal of Timber Framing & Traditional Building, where he has written

extensively about timber framing and traditional building. It was through Chappell's call to unite in

editorial essays in JQ that the seeds of the Timber Framers Guild were first sewn, from which, the

original organizing committee, and the Guild, were formed. Chappell is a passionate advocate of

timber framing. In this book his nearly 40 years of experience is laid out for all to use. His intimacy

with the craft is ever present, and his passion contagious. If you want to understand traditional

timber framing, read this book. Chappell portrays the craft, with all its nuances, the way it was

meant to be. Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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