I’ve been working on a small hanging shelf that is suppose to be testing out my new table saw: in reality it is my table saw testing me out. I made the mistake of cutting my dados with a wobble blade instead of waiting to buy an actual set of Freud dado blades- but at the time it seemed like I could get away with it. Its b/c these dados turned out so bad that I went out and bought the right kind of blade for the job I was doing. Why- WHY! So my mistake is now having dados which required some fill to help hide where the shelves don’t perfectly fit the sides and back. Most of the time I see mistakes as challenges – possible design modifications that make my project better than it would have been. But this time its a mistake that can’t be hidden, looks bad, and seems like there is no great fix. I’ve decided to continue on and try to make other parts standout to draw attention, but I’ll always see the mistake – BEN
-- Erica - I'll be out in the Man Cave - Bring me some meatloaf!