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#1 posted 04-01-2010 08:32 PM

I have not seen that particular issue if FWW, but find it odd they would even approach the subject and even more so that they would list do’s and dont’s. That is like telling someone which colors they should like. Some of the nicest furniture I have ever seen was a cherry and white oak combination. Do what you like and don’t take the opinions of any WWing rag as gospel. The word Fine, in the title of that particular mag, is up for debate if you ask me.
As far as construction, unless you make the center panel “float” in the frame, it will eventually work itself apart sooner ot later.

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