Inspired by the work of James Krenov, Carl Dorsch designed a small, single-door wall cabinet for his chisel collection, and though it’s on the extravagant side, he says the piece is fun and easy to make. It uses a warped panel left from another project; he made the door first and built the cabinet to fit. He made cove molding from two 4-ft.-long pieces of stock, and explains what he did to hang that unique door. Dorsch made his own magnetic chisel holders and explains how to follow suit. A detailed project plan illustrates his design. From Fine Woodworking #89
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