Simple Project Looking For A Project That Won T Take A Long Time To Complete Or Cost A Small Fortune This Smaller Version Of A Blanket Box Is A Simple And Inexpensive Project Treasure Chests And Blanket Boxes Have Been Used Throughout History Timeless And Beautiful This Project Is Sure To Be Passed On Through Your Family For Generations
Simple project looking for a project that won t take a long time to complete or cost a small fortune this smaller version of a blanket box is a simple and inexpensive project treasure chests and blanket boxes have been used throughout history timeless and beautiful this project is sure to be passed on through your family for generations is post about Magazine bookmarked by rene with ID 11311020481 was uploaded on 23-01-2019 and has been viewed 119,178 times.
Blanket Box This blanket box can be built from any number of materials.I used pine because it is easy to work with and I think the grain is beautiful.Construction of BoxSelect the wood you will be using for this project and plane it to ½" thickness.
Use your table saw and trim the ½" x 12" to a width of 11 ¼".Make sure that the wood is squared off and use the radial arm saw to cut 4 pieces 18" in length.This is the wood for the top, sides and bottom of your box.
Use the remaining wood, cut 2 pieces each 10" in length.These pieces will make up the sides of your box.Carefully examine your wood and select the pieces that you want to use for the front, top, back and bottom of the box.
Use clamps to secure the project as you glue and assemble the box (4 sides and bottom).Sand completely.Construction of Leg ApronMark the side leg aprons lightly with pencil to show the shape of the curve (2 pieces 11 ⅛" x 2 ½") measuring up 1" from the bottom and 2" in from each side.
Draw a straight line across the apron and round at the...