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post #41 of 51 Old 09-13-2011, 09:23 PM
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Sharp, very sharp.

And the drawers, too
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Very NIce Job on matching that cabinet. I hope someday I will be able to make something that nice. Beautiful job!

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Beautiful work... The customer will LOVE it!

I thought you were shaping two rows of legs out of that one rough-shaped piece... but then that "curve-up" for the bottom, threw me... If you did get two rows of legs out of it, how did you do it?

Did you cut the big curve on the TS?

Really COOL legs...

Did you make the molding around the top? If you don't mind, How did you do it?

Very nice project! Thank you for showing it!
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I thought you were shaping two rows of legs out of that one rough-shaped piece... but then that "curve-up" for the bottom, threw me... If you did get two rows of legs out of it, how did you do it?

Did you cut the big curve on the TS?

Really COOL legs...

Did you make the molding around the top? If you don't mind, How did you do it?

Very nice project! Thank you for showing it!
Good catch Joe! That was the first piece that ended up getting tossed due to ridiculous mistakes on my part. I didn't take pics of the second piece, however, so I used the pic from the first one and I honestly wondered, as I was posting it, whether or not anyone would catch it.

I did make the feet. I used my core box bit and tried to remove as much material as I could and used a quiver of sanders to smooth it out. That was painful, to say the least.

The molding (both the bottom and top) are store bought. I had to buy an extra piece of each because I was 1/2" too short with an 8' piece. Sigh.

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COOL!

Thank you!

I can see how you made a little goof... and corrected (redid it)...
COOL JOB, PROCEDURE, everything!

Thanks again for sharing such a BEAUTIFUL piece!
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Dude! I've been watching this thing progress. I have to tell you, I think it's wonderful! Especially considering it's your first of this kind. I'd be proud. Good job!!

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O told you those drawer fronts were right! ;-)

That bowl was perfect right up until that last cut...
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nice bead work
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lovely work i like the drawers
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Good job. I turned out beautiful.
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Thanks! Here are a few pics of the completed piece with the hardware installed. The customer loved it.



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