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Blog series by Walt M. updated 05-16-2010 02:57 AM 3 parts 9975 reads 17 comments total

Part 1: Ogee bracket feet

04-02-2010 12:14 PM by Walt M. | 4 comments »

I got the cove cut on the tablesaw, my first time to try this. Even though I took several passes at the final depth there was a lot of sanding to do( I would have liked to use a scrapper but don’t have one yet). I cut out a piece of 2×4 (the opposite profile) on the band saw for a sanding block. I also decide to use miniature ogee bracket feet. Making them would be a blog entry by it self as it took several steps to make them The little ding on the corner was some chipout...

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Part 2: Jewelry box coming along but lots of decisions to be made

04-17-2010 04:36 PM by Walt M. | 5 comments »

The jewelry box is coming along as you can see. I also have the top glued together but no pics yet. I have a tray that I’m working on but not anywhere complete . I also haven’t decided on a color of velvet to use, I have red crushed velvet but I was thinking about dark blue or black I don’t know yet. Also I’m thinking ahead about the hinges I would like to use brusso hinges for small boxes or some other type of quality hinge but the problem I’m concerned about is...

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Part 3: The top

05-16-2010 02:57 AM by Walt M. | 5 comments »

I finally took some pics of the top installed. The hinges were not what I wanted but they worked. The next step will be a tray for small things like rings and necklaces Then some velvet I’m thinking a cream colored velvet. .Not a good picture sorry.

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