Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Blanket Chest
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Build this chest with your preferences for style and complexity in mind. The Traditional American look in mahogany, right, requires dovetailed corner joints cut by hand or with a router jig. To...
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Build this chest with your preferences for style and complexity in mind. The Traditional American look in mahogany, right, requires dovetailed corner joints cut by hand or with a router jig. To simplify matters, try the Casual Contemporary version in contrasting woods such as ash and walnut, with rabbeted corners joined by plugged screws. Size: 45in. wide by 19in. deep by 20in. high.
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