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Queen Anne Side Table: Completed finish and hardware

     Posted on: April 29, 2008

Well, after a wait for the finish to cure and my being out of town, the Queen Anne Side Table is finally ready for its unveiling. When I last posted about this table, the construction was complete and I spoke about the possible options for a finish. In the end, ...

Angel Oak: Some trees should be left standing

     Posted on: April 25, 2008

Well, I'm back from my travels and trying to get caught up. Hopefully I'll see some shop time this weekend - if the yard work cooperates! In any event, I wanted to do a quick post about an incredible tree that we saw while we were in South ...

A pause in the action

     Posted on: April 13, 2008

Hey everybody, I just thought I'd post a quick note that I'll be out of town and consequently out of the shop for the next week or so. I'll be back working on the Dreadnought Guitar and also completing the Queen Anne Side Table as soon as I return. The Queen ...

Q & A: Mortising jig and loose tenons

     Posted on: March 17, 2008

I get a lot of questions via e-mail on things I've posted about here. I usually just reply to the e-mail directly but, I thought that it might be instructional to post some of these questions and my responses because there may be others out there with similar questions ...

Looking ahead: How about lutherie?

     Posted on: March 8, 2008

Now that I am in the final stages of the Queen Anne Side Table project (more to come on that in a future post), it's time to start thinking of what should be the next project to tackle in the shop. I have several furniture projects that I am ...

Queen Anne Side Table: Contemplating the finish

     Posted on: March 4, 2008

With the bulk of the construction on the table complete, it was time to move on to the detailing tasks and finish work. I spent a considerable amount of time scraping and sanding all of the parts of the table. There were areas on the legs where the knees transition ...

Queen Anne Side Table: Dovetailing the drawer

     Posted on: February 16, 2008

With the carcase of the table completed in the last post, it was finally time to build and dovetail the drawer. This is kind of a long post but, I thought everyone would rather see the entire process at once rather that breaking it into multiple posts. ...

Queen Anne Side Table: Glue Up and drawer runner assembly

     Posted on: February 5, 2008

In the last post I documented the process of dovetailing the top rail and doing the scroll work on the front and side aprons of the table. With all of the joinery completed on the table carcase it was time to glue up some of the components and to ...

Queen Anne Side Table: Dovetailed top rail and scroll work

     Posted on: February 1, 2008

With the tenon work on the aprons completed, it was time to turn my attention to adding the top rail above where the drawer will go. Also, previously the aprons were left square to more easily facilitate cutting the tenons but, now it was time to add the decorative ...

In search of a smoothing plane

     Posted on: January 21, 2008

For a while I have been contemplating getting a smoothing plane to add to my slowly growing arsenal of hand tools. The Queen Anne Side Table project that I've been working on caused me to revisit this idea. The issue I was having with the smoothing plane decision ...

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