|Project by Phil Brown||posted 04-25-2007 04:17 PM||1990 views||4 times favorited||8 comments|
One of my early projects.
A retail store dedicated to pine furniture called me after my first couple of projects and asked me if I could create a miniature version of one of their country hutches to be used as spice cabinets.
They turned out well even though the rails and stiles were made on my radial saw moulding head cutter, a difficult process. I had a router but still didn’t have the proper bits. With exact feed rates and a backer piece the doors came out with tight fitting, splinter free joints.
Years later my new wife found a bunch of the door blanks without muntins that I had stored away, and used them for picture frames.
The finish is puritan pine and spray lacquer.
-- Phil Brown, Ontario