Midnight Woodworking


Ironing board storage cabinet – day 2

I didn’t get much accomplished today. My little shop helper has managed to pass his cold on to me, and my energy levels are much lower today. This morning, I managed to unclamp the boards that I glued up last night. They were the sides and a board that will be cut into the top and bottom. Once they were out, I glued up the three pieces that will make up the door and the two for the back panel. I spent a few minutes scraping glue squeeze-out, but gave up for the day. A few hours later, I did pull the clamps off to free up the bench for my other project.

Top, bottom, & sides all glued up.

Top, bottom, & sides all glued up.

Glueing up the front and the back

Glueing up the front and the back

Scraping off the squeeze-out

Scraping off the squeeze-out

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This entry was posted on March 16, 2013 by in Church projects, furniture and tagged , , , .

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