|Project by Pacewoodworking||posted 07-08-2012 08:12 PM||3369 views||5 times favorited||9 comments|
A while back I purchased a large quantity of lumber which included black walnut, cherry, white oak, ash, and maple. When my brother in law told me about a fundraiser they were having for his girlfriends uncle I just had to build something. I decided that with about 3 weeks before the event I would build a bench to be auctioned off. Here are the results. It measures about 44” long, 20” deep, and 18” high. I used 2 of my small cherry slabs that were about 3 1/2”-4” thick. The legs are joined with a housed mortise and tenon. The leg stretcher is half lapped joined into the legs. I inlayed 6 black walnut bow ties. All joinery was done with a combination of bandsaw, router, and primary hand tools. The finish is a wipe on polyurethane, and finally a good wax buffing. This was a fun “quick” project. The auction is today, I’ll update the selling price when I find it out…..