Banding is a great way to embellish solid furniture of any style. If you make your own banding, you can customize it to match a project and make it the style and length that suits you. Mark Arnold demonstrates two bandings that can be made using readily available router bits — a scallop banding that uses a pair of matched beading and fluting bits, and an ogee banding that uses a reversible ogee bit to make either a wide or narrow version. Step-by-step drawings and photographs illustrate the procedure for each. From Fine Woodworking #193
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