|Project by JeffG||posted 10-10-2011 05:02 AM||3008 views||5 times favorited||9 comments|
This cherry and maple toy box is for my new nephew. I followed the dimensions from my previous toy box but added more curves. I’m a big fan of how the raised panels turned out. I cut them using only my table saw which took five passes on each side to get them close to the rounded look I wanted, and then a little sanding finished the curve. Who needs fancy router bits? They look as if they are bubbling out giving the design more depth. Starting from rough cut lumber and ending up with a beautiful heirloom piece makes the past month of work worth it.
-- Jeff G, North Syracuse, NY