Over the years, I have built a number of projects that have drawers. Sometimes the wooden glides work well, and other times they stick when you try to pull them open or push them shut. I have not mastered how to make a drawer that works well all the time.
I have attached photos of a nightstand that I created. This drawer sticks when opening and closing it. Actually, it seems to bind against the carcass. Can you give me advice on how to correct this problem? Is it an issue of the dimensions of the drawer, the placement of the handles, the size of the glides vs. the size of the grooves in the side of the drawer, or it there some other fundamental thing I am doing wrong?