I plan to start a list of diy books on various subjects (woodworking, leather work, soap making, etc) for /diy/ to use. Anyone here have anything they can add or would like see in the list?
This is the most badass diy book i've ever read.
My father bought it in 1987 (spanish translation of it), i still have it as its my most precious book.
>Very broad: from "hey its fun to do mead" to "i don't fucking need anything now and i have supplies for a year".
>Easy to understand.
>Good (very good) illustrations.
>A good read overall.
i found a pdf copy of this from 1997
it looks just like the cover.
This is a good idea, I was planning to put everything in a mega.co account but I'm not great at organizing things so I'd end up having a load of books under miscellaneous. Otherwise if someone else wants to do it that would be great because of my slow internet speed.
Nigga please. Ashley Book of Knots or go Home.
My SO has a fascinating cookbook. Fascinating because it's ancient. Before it starts with cooking recepies, it teaches you how to turn a whole cow into cuts of meat, separating the hide, etc.
I won't bother posting it, as it is in norwegian.
i think i downloaded this on epub needs a convert.
> Erik Oberg Machinery's Handbook 29th Edition from
Industrial Press on 2012 pages: 3915 24 Mb on pdf
i dont know if its the same one but i'm guessing so.
i didnt find that but i found
i did find this.
i found some ill look some more tommrow.
found this on epub will need a convert.