|Project by dpow||posted 12-30-2010 07:44 PM||2024 views||7 times favorited||11 comments|
Back in early November, my son asked if I thought he would have enough time during his Thanksgiving(4 days)and early Christmas break(starting Dec. 18th) from college to build something for his girlfriend for Christmas. He sent me a picture he had found of a cherry chest and had a rough idea of the size he wanted it to be. We spent time at Thanksgiving sketching some ideas and cutting out some pieces. Because it was his project, I didn’t touch it or work on it until he came home for Christmas. My shop was a flurry of activity that week before Christmas day. He was busy with his project(with some help and guidance from me), and I was trying to finish-up some cutting boards that were promised as gifts. What fun! The last coat of finish went on the chest at noon of the 24th. The chest looks great. His girlfriend loves it. But the best part of the whole thing is being able to share some skills and some time with one of the kids in the woodshop. I hope you all had a Merry Christmas and wish you all a Happy New Year, with lots of shop time.
Cherry with Watco Danish Oil. Approx 18”H x 18”D x 35”L