This set of drawers is like a loose pair of jeans: made for comfort and use, not for show. Gary Rogowski explains how to build a set of simple plywood drawers with a tablesaw, a router, and your choice of two basic joints: the rabbet or the tongue and dado. He spline-mitered the carcase, but it could easily be rabbeted and screwed together. He describes in detail how to build it using spline miters and also shows how to do tongue-and-dado joints and rabbet joints. Detailed drawings of both joints show where all the parts come together. From Fine Woodworking #131
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