|Project by niki||posted 04-13-2007 07:45 PM||1923 views||4 times favorited||11 comments|
On the post “Doweling on router table”, I’ve shown an example of drilling dowel holes for a frame with some melamine scraps, now it’s the time to show the “real thing”.
My wife ordered two small stools and how am I to argue with her (actually I run to make them).
The wood is white Oak 1¼” thick and the dimensions are 12”x12” and 14” high (the tops are 14”x14”).
“We” decided to leave the stools unfinished.
The red marks (I, II, III & V) has nothing to do with the drilling order, they are only for the wood patterns.
So, here it is in colors