I finally decided to post a few things I’ve made, as I’ve just gotten into this in the past year or so. I have a few more I’ll post soon. This is a corner shelf I intended to be brazilian cherry, but the guys at the lumber yard recommended using sapele, which is a great wood that smells of a cigar when cut. The shelves are tamo ash veneered to both sides. It was simple until it came to clamping it all up, when I realized I needed to learn a lot more about clamping! It turned out well I think though, for a first try. I was relieved when 1) the joint from the vertical leg and the curved part turned out perfect, and 2) when the shelves fit tightly to the legs. All the joints are mortise and fixed tenon, except the inside pair of legs in the back are long grain glue with biscuits. Glad to have finally posted, been looking every day and have enjoyed looking at many projects.