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is it possible to build a hoosier hutch using kreg joinery?  it looks difficult to me but i am just stating .. it seems they have a lot of special joints .. 

i just did a sofa table and it came out very good ..





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Hi Paul,

Yes, Kreg joinery can be used for make several joints, in a Hoosier Cabinetry (Hutch).

The pocket hole screws will make the construction easier.

There are definitely lots of places you can use Kreg Joints in a Hoosier cabinet: Joining the rails and stiles in the carcase frames, connecting the frames to the legs, attaching the bottom and intermediate panels, door frames, etc. If you're looking at a project that uses mortise and tenon or stub-mortise joints, you can almost always substitute in a Kreg Joint. Of course, you can use them in more places, but these are just a few.


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