Happy Birthday Gary!! Hope you are able to break away and do something fun for your birthday!!
Gary, your labor of love photos initially had me thinking you had built yourself a fine new kitchen! What superb craftsmanship! I hate to ask how long that took! When I grow up I want to do work like that!
Gary, that cradle you made in your albums, did you come up with that design or is that from plans? It is absolutely beautiful. My wife saw it and she wants me to make one to crib size so we could use it as a crib. I don't want to copy your design so there's a few things I am going to change, but any insight on size, time, or anything would be a big help. Thanks!
Happy Birthday Gary! Hope you are able to enjoy your special day!
Hi Gary I have favor to ask of you about the chair and how the seat rest between the spreaders. I plan on making a slight modification to the seat but I don't want to screw up the angle that it rests This is what I came up with so that I get a seven degree angle from the top of both spreaders I made measerments down 1 1/8" and the back 2 1/2" these represent the top of the tenons. The tenons are 3/4" thick 1 1/2" wide with spacing of 3/4" between them, so far these are just measurement nothing has been cut. Looking for some input.
Hello Gary, I'm new to this site and ran across your "labor of love" pictures...The cabinetry looks amazing. I would give anything to have an organized setup like that. What type of wood did you use for your drawer sides...if you don't mind me asking?
Hi Gary, Its Dave from Dayton Ohio. I just read through the labor of love post for the amazing cabinets you made for your shop. Do you have any details on the way you build the carcasses? Also, did you use drawer slides? Thanks so much
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