|SIZE:||186 x 123 mm|
|INSIDE:||33 black & white photographs, 6 line drawings|
First published in 1986, and back in print after a gap of three years, this now classic guide offers clear, concise and well illustrated information on all aspects of the age-old art of stick dressing.
The author examines the different woods and horns, the best tools and how to select and gather a suitable shank. He describes all types of stick - the wooden one-piece and two-piece, horn head, thumb stick and knob stick - as well as explaining each aspect of the dressing process.