American Style: Shaker, Mission & Country Projects (Custom by Time-Life Books, Woodsmith

By Time-Life Books, Woodsmith

Woodsmith customized Woodworking American sort Shaker, undertaking and state initiatives together with schematics, jig plans and directions for stools, desk, chairs, footstools, outfits tree, couch desk, and masses extra.

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BELOW TABLETOP. THEN TURN 0fIl ROUTER AND RAISE BfT TO CUT OPENING, CHAMfER BIT a. " This trunk is made up of four long- posts (refer to the exploded View on page 4-9). Each post has a series of notches cut on two adjacent faces. Thesc notches hold the hooks, cross pieces, and feel. To make the posts, r :;tarted with a 51'-wide blank of 5/4 stock planed 1'1 thick. Keep in mind whcn you're choosing" and milling this blank (hal the straighter these pieces are now, the easier it will be to cut the notches and assemble lhe tree later.

L\ow the blanks can be cut into four cross pieces (Fiy. ;"i). ) Then all that's left is to chamfer Ihe ends of the cross pieces (Fig. 6). Here again. r used the zer()--c1carance insert. But this lime, J supported the pieces wHh a push block. :\low the cross pieces can be glued together and sct aside until after the hooks and feet are made and the tree is ready to be assembled (Fig. 7). HAll CLOTHES TREE 51 TIle last pieces to make arc the hooks and feet. 'lliere are twelve different pieces to make, but the procedure is identical (the only difference is the shape).

See the Technique box on page 37 for more about this. gs, they can be cut. to finished length (16W'). ll1is has to be done accurately, so the holes arc aligned exactly from one leg to another. ginal layout. lines, so you'll have to measure again. Make sure you measure from the bottom end of each piece. Then to complete the legs, I sanded them smooth and routed a IN' chamfer on each end (Fig. S). {s from splintering. - W...... j L With the tenons cut, the frame of the footstool can be assembled.

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