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By Marilyn Carmin

That includes dozens of flora and fauna styles for scroll observed woodworking, this e-book is going past different trend books through delivering directions for changing styles so carvers can create a special piece of artwork whenever. additionally incorporated are precious directions at the fundamentals of scroll observed woodcutting, in addition to more challenging options like changing a standard fretwork woodworking right into a 3D reduction or fashioning a shadow field development. one of the ninety one intriguing styles supplied are eagles, owls, cougars, bobcats, wolves, bears, and whales. the right way to construct a reveal for newly accomplished items also are integrated.

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There isn’t enough of a flat area on the narrow sides of the legs to support the router, so I moved to the hollow-chisel mortiser to add the mortises for the front and back rails. Then I cut the tenons on the ends of the top and bottom side rails. I used a backsaw for the shoulder cuts, then cut the cheeks on the band saw. I dry-fit the side rails to the legs, forming side sub-assemblies without panels. Then I made the joints for the front and back rails. In the back, the mortises fall within the grooves for the back panel.

I wanted the panel seam to be dead center, so I ripped from both edges of my surfaced boards to get the best look, and took the final passes for the glue line at the jointer. We then glued the panels and set them aside to dry. With the panels dry, we lined up the top edges and marked the dado location at the top drawer divider (behind which is a ¾″ solid shelf) then routed a ¾-wide x ¼″-deep dado in each side panel using a shopmade straightedge guide for the router. We also routed a rabbet of the same size at the top end of the side panels to accept the top.

The shelves can be cut from 1 x 8s, as can the rails and stiles, with some waste. When purchasing your lumber, be picky. Choose knot-free heartwood (you don’t want pieces with a lot of sap) that has lots of figure. Determine which pieces are the most attractive and mark those for the most visible parts of the project. Cut all your pieces to size according to the cut list. Test Mortise The first step to building this bookcase is tackling the joinery and assembling the sides. It’s important that the project’s tenons fit snugly into the mortises, which means first making a test mortise.

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