|Project by AandCstyle||posted 625 days ago||1942 views||12 times favorited||13 comments|
The plans for this came from Wood magazine since I had’d made a chest previously. Normally, I make my own plans. The wood is qswo with aromatic cedar laid over the plywood bottom panel. Overall, the chest measures 45” wide by 21.5”deep by 20.5” high. The frames are made with groove and stub tenon joinery. The panels were re-sawn on my band saw. I pre-finished the panels to avoid having unfinished wood show during the winter months. Everything was sanded to 180G before finishing. I sprayed shellac then Target’s EM6000 for the clear coats. There are 3 coats of the EM6000 on the sides and inside and 4 coats for the lid. I scuff sanded after the shellac and sanded before the final coat with 400G to remove any nibs. This was a nice easy project. I hope the beautiful grain shows up well in these pix. Thanks for looking.