|Project by JeremyT||posted 12-24-2014 04:28 PM||1163 views||1 time favorited||3 comments|
This is what I consider my first real wood working project. At the time my shop consisted of a table saw, an inexpensive compound miter saw, and hand-held power tools. The face frame and top are soft maple. The carcass and shelves are Baltic birch assembled with dados cut on the table saw. The face frame was assembled with pocket screws and is one piece wrapping around both sides. If I could do it over I would take a different approach to the face frame. Curves were cut with a jig saw and finished with files, rasps, sanding blocks, drill attachments, and anything else I could find in the garage. Overall I am pleased with the result and the wife it putting it to good use…in a closet.
-- Jeremy - San Antonio, TX