This is an eight drawer dresser from a Wood magazine plan. It is in their maple and cherry bedroom set. Pretty basic with a cabinet carcass box glued and screwed to two end assemblies. I am going to make mine out of white oak and stain it to match a bed.
I started with the legs, which are laminated:
Here is the template:
Gluing up the legs:
Showing off the thin kerf freud blade. It really helps these contractor saws cut through thick stock and is my substitute for a jointer.
Cutting the legs to size:
Setting the fence for the narrow part of the legs and cutting to the curve (the white stuff is chalk):
Finishing with a hand saw:
Cut the curves on the bandsaw and sand:
Using the cut offs from the legs to glue up some molding so it looks rift sawn:
Cut some rectangles and glue and biscuit on the legs and moldings: