Garden Gate Part 2
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When I first took on this blogging gig for Popular Woodworking I was concerned about coming up with enough ideas.Megan said, 'just write about what you're working on,' aware that my work is quite diverse.
A short while back, David Lyell encouraged me to broaden my scope from techniques to occasional writing about design and other stuff.So I haven't lacked for subject matter.What I do lack, though, at least some weeks, is sufficient time to get as far on a job as I'd like.
I expected to make more progress on the garden gate build last week but was so consumed by other work that I only got the parts milled and the mortising done.Had I devoted Sunday to the gate, I would have gone farther, but I spent the day in the garden….
because the garden is the point of the gate.Siberian iris and columbine In essence, this gate will be a simple frame: two stiles held together by a top and bottom rail with wedged through tenons.Five-inch-wide stiles require a deeper mortise than I typically make.
My Bridgewood mortiser has plenty of vertical capacity, but if your mortiser does not, or if you don't have a...