|Project by breadly||posted 01-26-2012 05:35 PM||7016 views||2 times favorited||5 comments|
Wifey had an old plywood box that her father had made for her 20 years ago to store her riding equipment in. As an anniversary gift I thought I’d make her a fresh new one!
This was my first “real” woodworking project and I’m pretty happy with the turnout. I used red oak and the casing is all frame and panel construction with the frame all tongue and groove jointed. No screws or nails at all in the case!
The saddle rack and divider are removable as are the drawer and grooming tote. I used box joints for the small stuff.
A lot of fun and Wifey really liked it. Tons of learning for me. My first “box” as well as the first time i tried tongue and groove or box jointery.
Promise me you won’t mention if you notice it’s not perfectly in square? ;-)