|Project by Deersplitter||posted 02-20-2017 03:28 PM||320 views||0 times favorited||3 comments|
I ran across an old project I did from 1995 and thought I would share it. I had just started getting my shop together and had access to a lot of mesquite lumber. This was my first attempt at box joints. The shell is mesquite with a Spanish cedar liner. It is really tight and works very well. After all these years, the Spanish cedar still smells great. There is no stain. This is natural color for mesquite. I finished it with poly.
You will see that my weak point is (and still is) finishing. I need to work on that skill.
-- Shawn, Houston Texas