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A modern approach to an old artform

A modern approach to an old artform

A modern approach to an old artform In reproducing furniture of the 17th and 18th C., I look forward to applying and experimenting with various traditional finishes – chemical & native plant dyes, linseed oil, shellac, milk paint, French polish, and beeswax....
Cabinets – FineWoodworking

Cabinets – FineWoodworking

Cabinets – FineWoodworking I produce a staggering number of full-size templates—sometimes exceeding a dozen for one piece of furniture. They are so easy to produce in SketchUp, and the more I create, the faster I can produce a piece of furniture. Not only are they...

Cabinets – FineWoodworking

Cabinets – FineWoodworking Cabinets – FineWoodworkingDisplay Cabinet on a StandTongue-and-Groove Door for the Kitchen DresserFull-size Templates—A Unique Way...

Cabinets – FineWoodworking

Cabinets – FineWoodworking Cabinets – FineWoodworkingDisplay Cabinet on a StandTongue-and-Groove Door for the Kitchen DresserFull-size Templates—A Unique Way http://www.finewoodworking.com Expert advice on woodworking and furniture making, with thousands of how-to...
Full-size Templates—A Unique Way

Full-size Templates—A Unique Way

Full-size Templates—A Unique Way I produce a staggering number of full-size templates—sometimes exceeding a dozen for one piece of furniture. They are so easy to produce in SketchUp, and the more I create, the faster I can produce a piece of furniture. Not only are...
Tongue-and-Groove Door for the Kitchen Dresser

Tongue-and-Groove Door for the Kitchen Dresser

Tongue-and-Groove Door for the Kitchen Dresser Continuing on my Kitchen Dresser project, I’ll get to the design for the tongue-and-groove door. In this 1750s Pennsylvania German piece, both the back panel and the front door use this style of joinery, which also...