|Project by Douger||posted 07-29-2013 01:05 AM||3020 views||16 times favorited||11 comments|
Here’s a project I completed 8 or 10 years ago (can’t even remember now)—it was a Christmas gift for my brother. I built it from plans in Woodsmith—it might have been the same issue that had plans for a box-joint jig for the table saw, because I built that, too, and used it to make this toolbox. (I happened to be at my brother’s house this weekend, saw the toolbox, and realized I never kept any photos of it.)
Although I had woodworking tools in mind when I made it for him, my brother has used it instead to keep a collection of treasured fishing lures handed down to him by his late father-in-law.
It’s pretty much all made of 1/4” thick red oak, finished with satin polyurethane. At the time, I believe it was probably the most complicated thing I had built.
If I can remember to look it up, I’ll add the specific issue of Woodsmith that the project came from.
Doug in Kansas
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