Well, I’ve finished these two end tables as my Christmas present for my daughter-in-law and she will be quite surprised.
Our family will be celebrating Christmas tomorrow so these are just in time.
This was my first mortise and tenon project and I’ll say it was a challenge. I learned how to sharpen and use chisels as well as a jack plane. I enjoyed I all thought it was a long slog. Worth it because in the end it worked out.
There are no pulls or knobs on the drawers because I want her to pick them out.
You've made some family heirlooms indeed. The choice of wood, direction of grain,and the accent maple make these standout pieces. And the fluting adds a touch of elegance to the design. If these don't make her feel very special I'd be surprised.
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