|Project by JLYoung||posted 03-28-2008 05:40 PM||3386 views||9 times favorited||13 comments|
This is a follow-up to a project-in-progress I posted before. I finally completed my Craftsman nightstand or should I say my wife’s craftsman nightstand since she promptly claimed it as her own. That’s alright though since I’ll make mine just that little bit better!
Specs: Primary wood: plainsawn red oak Secondary woods: ash for the drawer supports, sides an backs, yellow birch for the drawer botoms and jatoba wedges for the wedged through tenons
Finish: 2 coats of wiped-on Varathane mission oak stain. The dovetail pins on the drawer fronts were stained with an artist’s brush. 1 coat of dewaxed shellac for the drawers 2 coats of gloss minwax wipe-on polyurthane 1 coat of satin minwax wipe-on polyurethane