This is not a brand new project. I submitted it, because of a request by MsDebbieP for the CS1 Kitchen challenge.
I was out in the shop one day, & thought to myself, what can I make?
I said, how about making a recipe holder easel for Barb’s kitchen.
So I dug out some pieces of wood from my scrap bin, & proceeded with the project.
I didn’t have a plan, but I knew what I wanted it to look like,
so the first thing I made was the main spindle post.
Then I made the base. I kept at it until I had the finished product.
The material is Pine from my scrap bin.
I used Walnut Watco Danish Oil Finish.
The base is 6 inches, total height is 18 inches, & the easel is 8 inches wide.
Here are some different views of it.
The spindles of the easel are made to match the spindles in the door panel above the kitchen range.
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