Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'pegged tenon'

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Morris Chair #3: Chair back, pegs & final dye touch ups

04-13-2017 04:59 PM by PPK | 4 comments »

Its about time I throw up a few more pictures. I’ve got my chair completely built from a chair standpoint. The upholstery is yet to come. I finished dying the arms and touched up the dye. The tenon caps got glued in. I made tenons on the stretchers (of the chair back) and mortised the uprights. They were dyed and assembled next. I pegged the joints on the chair back and on the rest of the chair. My method for making pegs involves a drill, s...

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Arbor/Trellis #1: Getting started

03-18-2011 06:49 PM by greg48 | 4 comments »

Good day fellow LJ’ers. I’m starting off with a new honeydew project (#2/2147) to build a redwood arbor/trellis that my wife saw a picture of in one of her several home improvement mags. I sized it for our opening and drew up plans using Sketchup and plan to utilize pegged tenon and saddle joinery instead of the bolt & screw methods used on commercial products (see following pic)... ..I’m using portions of an old redwood water tank that I helped salvage several year...

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