|Project by Tugboater78||posted 04-05-2014 03:26 AM||919 views||2 times favorited||2 comments|
just one of many small projects I’ve been working on during my many sleepless nights. ( Insomniac )
I have been moving around small scraps from various other projects from one end of the shop to the other and finally got around to doing something with some of them.
no screws or nails, just all glued in place ( forgot i screwed in the back..)
measures out are 17.5”x5.5”x~8 3/8”
the top and middle shelves are made from reclaimed 3/8 plywood from a house dismantle
the bottom shelf is 5/8 or some metric size pine plywood.
the sides are pine 1×4s.
the back is a piece of 1/4” OSB
the front face is trimmed in thin oak strips,
finished with BLO and spray lacquer.
my cheap HF plastic bins fit in it nicely, need to make another to hold the rest i have, maybe when i get more scraps of the right size.
thanks for looking
-- Justin - the tugboat woodworker - " nothing changed me like the first shnick from a well sharpened, decent hand plane"