Can I Cut A Small Bow Tie?\
Several years ago before I started my woodworking career. It was when my interest was still in photography. I had purchased a nice frame for a photo on line to see how it was made. It was a pretty simple frame but kinda of spendy, $60 as I recall.
The way that the mitered corners were secured was rather interesting. As I recall, there was a piece like a small bow tie inlay that occupied the area across the joint ion the back of the frame at each corner. The inlays, the little parts that fit into the recesswa were maybe 3/4" in length and maybe 3/8" wide at the each end of the inlay, the wide ends. I'm wondering if anybody has an idea as to whether or not a person could cut an inlay that small with the router inlay kits that iare available to most of us, like the one that I have on order.
I'm not really into making picture frames anymore, but am just wondering if anybody has had any experience in what I'm referring to. It was or is a really good way to secure a mitered corner of a picture frame.