Using my Kreg tool I built an end table to look like an antique dresser in our guest bedroom. I am 77 years old with no prior furniture experience, imagine all the fun I have been missing for the past 50 years.
Don, this is incredible – a true inspiration. A beautiful design, really well executed.
I am going to repost the pictures in-line to make sure people see them (it is worth clicking on the larger versions above).
Thanks Jenny, I appreciate your comments, big deal for an old timer to learn new things and have someone with your experience say nice things. I actually tried to post the photos when I did the post, but that is one of the things I have not learned how to do, maybe when I finish my 2 Mission tables I'll spend more time with the posting, but right now I want to get back to my shop and have more fun!
Don, this is incredible – a true inspiration. A beautiful design, really well executed. I am going to repost the pictures in-line to make sure people see them (it is worth clicking on the larger versions above).
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