This classic Queen Anne-style cabinet features graceful cabriole legs and L-shaped doors. Inside, there are nine small pull-out drawers that provide plenty of storage space.
These beautiful, sculpted legs are built using common woodworking tools and techniques. The design is basic, and the procedure is covered with simple, step-by-step instructions.
Coffee Table 20
The classic Queen Anne design of this coffee table combines an oval top, scalloped aprons, and cabriole legs.
This feeder has several unique features, including shingled walls and a copper roof. But don't let any of that fool you — there's nothing tricky about building this project.
Staining End Grain 30
When staining a project, any exposed end grain usually darkens significantly. Here are three solutions for getting an even color.
We borrowed many of the design elements for this plate shelf from architecture: dentil molding, built-up crown molding, and a rail made with factory-made spindles.
Tips & Techniques 4
Shop Notes 18
Talking Shop 29
Reader's Jig 34
Bird Feeder page 24
Plate Shelf page 32
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