I made a bit of headway last Sunday and am just getting around to posting it. Used my cut list as a check list and got the majority of the pieces cut to length if not to final size. I ripped the pieces with A-D, but need to crosscut them to final length. I had to switch from my circular saw guide to my table saw because I think I have a bow in my one guide. Not sure how that happened but I’m hoping I didn’t screw up too many pieces. I still need to get my shark guard better installed on my table saw – it’s a bit wobbly due to weight right now. Any advice appreciated I probably won’t get back to it for another week and some – I have a test in microeconomics on Thursday and a paper due on Monday. Maybe on a break I’ll get to crosscut those pieces. I also have a cedar chest that needs some rehabbing before I’m willing to bring it into the house. Veneer removal is another thing I’m weak on so I better read up on my options. But I’m sure that’s another blog series of some kind :)
I’ll have to try pics later – seems it wants to post mine upside down!
-- Beka/Becky - aspiring jill of all trades, still learning to not read the directions.