Daniel & I went over some snippets of video on the cupboard project the other day. It’s a mish-mash of how to hold those funny-shaped stiles for mortising & plowing grooves. Then the beginnings of setting in the cornice joinery.
I’m headed out to the shop momentarily to pick up this project where I left off. It’ll take some head-scratching to see where I am. Below is a mock-up of the cornice rail on one side, and a test-piece of the soffit. This step will locate the groove on the inside face of that cornice – to fit those soffit boards.
Soon I hope to have the framing of the upper case all cut. Fingers crossed.
(pt 15 Essex County cupboard project 2021)
3 thoughts on “Cupboard project: next video”
You’ll need to consult Cecil Hewitt’s timber framng book tio figure out what to call that joint between the side upper rail and the pentagular post. .
The most beautiful oak you can’t buy.
That is quite a wacky shape!