Carlyle Lynch built a modestly proportioned Queen Anne cherry highboy to test his adaptations from a mahogany original. He thoroughly explains how to make one just like it, and starts by telling how to square the pieces for the legs using a lathe, tablesaw, bandsaw, and hand tools. When making the lower case, wait to scroll-cut the apron until a gentle fit of its tenons poses no danger of breaking it. Grooves and buttons hold the top onto the upper case, and all the drawers are made alike. The article includes several sets of detailed drawings and a thorough bill of materials.

From Fine Woodworking #42