There’s not much more to say than, I’m done! This little project took me a long time but I enjoyed every minute of the build, well, except the hinge installation part, I hated that! It finished well and cleaned up nicely. I learned ...
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Location: St. Clements, Manitoba, Canada
After 17 years in the world of IT, I decided to try my hand at woodworking for fun and profit. I'm certain of the "fun" part, I'm less confident of the "profit" part however.
-- "The difference between school and real life is that in real life the tests come first, and then the lessons" -- Robert Lang, 360 Woodworking
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I’m so close to finishing this little project. I looked back at the date on the beginning of this blog series and it’s nearly 70 days ago! Today I fussed with the little doors, getting them aligned as best as I can. There must be...
Today I began assembly. Everything went really well. One small error I had to fix, Once the glue was dry, I noticed the little drawers were slightly proud of the side panel. This would prevent the door from closing. I just took out each drawer...
Among the new skills I’ve learned in this project, I learned the basics behind cutting glass. This project has two glass panel doors, one glass panel side and two mirrors, set into frames. To my surprise and delight, cutting glass is reall...
I wasn’t intending to start applying finish just yet but once I started with the Boiled Linseed Oil, I couldn’t stop. The Walnut just came alive in that beautiful rich tone that I just love. I had been assembling the small drawers an...