End Grain: My Design, Dad’s Tools

A proper chest to store prized chisels.

By Glen D. Huey
Page: 64

From the August 2011 issue #191
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The most prominent piece of furniture in my mom’s living room is a Queen Anne lowboy my dad built. As you can imagine, the piece is coveted by family members, as it was the first piece he tackled as a furniture maker. Dad had experience in home construction, but was new to furniture making. Right out of the gate he chose cabriole legs and a carved fan – that’s the way he approached woodworking and life.

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From the August 2011 issue #191
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