Here is part 2, and the link for part 1 is on the top of that one if you haven’t seen it.
First thing I done today was dig for some large enough pieces, do some measuring, route some edges, and attach the top and bottom panels. Here’s photo of those clamped on.
Then it was time to tackle the feet.
I had considered various types of feet and was leaning towards sort of a miniature cabriolet style feet. As I was gathering material to glue up to make large enough stock to cut these though, a thought hit me. As nice as that style is, it would look out of place on this particular cabinet.
I thought about some mitered corner type feet I’d seen on a jewelry box at a craft show some time back. Since I have kept thebox joint them all through this project, those feet would be perfect, except instead of mitered corner, box joints.
So I broke out the Stumpy Nubs Box Joint Machine again.
And here is the feet style I’m talking about. Of course, these are shown upside down. They are not sanded or attached yet.
Next, I have got to figure out what to do on that top.
I have studied this thing over almost a whole pot of coffee. While I think it is coming along quite nicely, something is missing.