Hello all and happy holidays. I got the feet done for the dresser and got a good start on the drawer fronts and shells. Right now I’m working on the aprons that go between the feet. But here’s a few photos ! ! ! ! ! !
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Location: Hollywood, Fl
Not much to say really. I've been playing around with the wood working for about twenty years as a hobby and I sell some pieces sometimes.
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One of the hardest parts of this dresser, for me, is the front feet. The first dresser I made, I glued a 3/4” backer piece to the foot so I had the thickness I needed. I was given a tip by Alan Breed that he had seen ogee feet mitered at les...
I need four ogee bracket feet for the sides. They are pretty esay to make on the table saw. I start with two blanks. One for righties and one for lefties. Then I layout the profile of the curves on the end of each board. At this step I only care a...
There is one last step to do to the blades before I can do the glue up. A miter has to be cut on each end so the beaded molding can fit in. I use a scrap piece cut on a 45 angle ! ! The best way I found to do this is cut across the grain w...
Well I got the blades all cleaned up. Sorry no macro setting on my camera. And this photo is a little hard to see the difference between the two. Where the outie makes the transition the rabbeting bit leaves a rounded contour. ! ! The next...