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I’ve helped students build numerous small cabinets like this one at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, where I teach a course on case-piece construction. I built this one, however, as part of a video workshop that will be published on Nov. 18 on FineWoodworking.com.
The cherry cabinet uses frame-and-panel construction and would work well as a nightstand or end table.
Materials: Cherry, Shellac, Oil/Varnish Finish
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Really excellent video series. I would like to follow along and build the dame small cabinet, but cannot locate the plans here on the FWW site. Are they still posted?
I just watched the series and was quite impressed. You dont see the described detail very often. Lots of great tips on layout precision and fantastic knife hinge tutorial. Awesome job !!!
I just wanted to say thank you for the plans and the video series. They helped me emmensely as I built two of these cherry cabinets for my 5th anniversary. I posted photos in the readers gallery: http://www.finewoodworking.com/item/35280/matching-cherry-bedside-cabinets-based-on-t-rousseaus-plans
It was certainly a challenge, but a lot of fun. Thanks again.
Really effective, detailed video by a great instructor. I enjoyed watching this series and the information presented was top notch.
Tim, the video series you did for this cabinet has helped me out a lot. Thanks for doing it. Its always great to see another woodworkers school of thought and reasoning.
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I appreciate your detailed teaching method. Thanks for sharing.
I look forward to the part about pin hinges,never used them althogh I have restored a few pieces that had them and fixed broken ones. Nice tip for cutting tenons
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