|Project by siavosh||posted 07-15-2014 03:57 AM||5014 views||7 times favorited||10 comments|
A Japanese traditional toolbox was one of the first things I wanted to build when I first got into woodworking over a year ago. I didn’t feel quite ready to build something that big until this summer as I slowly acquired the necessary tools and basic skills to use them. I’ll admit I was hoping for something more polished and sleek at the end, but I’m happy to say all the mistakes were new ones ;) With that said, I’m glad my tools have a home now, and I can get ready to work on the next project on my list.
I blogged more about the build in this series.
Details: sugar pine, alaskan yellow cedar, walnut wedges; finished with blo & shellac
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