Attached are the drawings I used to build the arched top steamer trunk which I recently posted in the projects section. Also attached is a step by step tutorial as best as I remember building it. (I built this project several months ago, but only recently posted the pics)
Please forgive me if upon reading the tutorial it seems too basic. I am hoping it may guide new woodworkers not only in how to build this project, but give them an idea in how to design and build the project of their dreams using some rough drawings and a methodical method of construction.
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