|Project by Justin||posted 01-26-2014 07:48 PM||987 views||0 times favorited||5 comments|
I have been wanting to make a few simple jewelry boxes for a while now. Finally put aside some time and got to work on one. For this box, I used 1/2” poplar for main box and 1/4” poplar for the interior box. Inside the main box there are at first 2 compartments for rings, bracelets etc. And underneath the interior box there is another compartment where necklaces and such can be kept.
Decided to try out the Incra-Ibox jig for the finger joints. This is my first project with the jig, but I am quite pleased with the results it offered especially after a fairly simple setup and small adjustments. I ended up using the jig to do the outer finger joints, and the interior box rabbets and dado joints on the table saw.
Finished the box with Linseed oil, and some red felt on the interior.