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    nljsellers
    Participant

    It’s beautiful, Serhiy. You can be very proud. To help those of us that haven’t yet attempted such a complex project, what would you say were key learnings? Things to watch out for?

    #57936
    António
    Participant

    OH! WAU!
    Very, very nice!

    Congrats!

    Enjoy the learning path...!!
    https://www.instagram.com/coisasemadeira/

    #57937
    George Bridgeman
    Participant

    Wow! Amazing work! Love the contrast between the pine and walnut – really gives some dimension to the piece. Enjoy using it!

    George.

    "To know and not do is to not know"

    #57939

    That looks like a piece of art! Well done.

    #57942
    Eddy Flynn
    Participant

    serhiy this is a stunning chest you should be so proud of it .(i did post on this yesterday but i cant see it so i thought i’d repost)

    Eddy .. Liverpool, Merseyside, UK
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    #57945
    Drysavy
    Participant

    Serhiy, great work. Thanks for posting.

    #57947

    Thank you all guys, thank you for the kind words, I truly believe the most of them belongs to Paul, I just follow his lessons and reading his blog.
    Your project’s really helping me with moving my. I’m slow with making… luck of time, day have only 24 hours.Please guys never stop making, that is why we live.
    Thanks again.

    Toronto, Canada

    #57952
    Peter George
    Participant

    That is outstanding!

    Peter in
    Biggar SK
    "New York is big, but this is Biggar"

    #57958
    David Gill
    Participant

    Serhly that is a real masterpiece , you should be immensely proud, puts a lot of pressure on your next project the tool chest will take some beating.

    Wigan, Lancs. England :

    #57960
    dborn
    Participant

    I like how this turned out! Great work Serhiy!

    #57964
    Alien8
    Participant

    Fantastic job! Especially since you’ve started from rough stock.

    Looking forward to see your next project.

    Diego

    #57965
    Matt Vaughn
    Participant

    Wow! A truly beautiful piece. Thank you for posting these pictures and inspiring me to try for another level of woodworking. Absolutely striking!

    Minnesota

    #57967
    NikonD80
    Participant

    That’s gorgeous.

    Keep Calm and have a Cup of Tea

    #57968
    mchickm
    Participant

    This looks absolutely fantastic !

    I’m sure you are very happy with it.

    I am about to start my PS chest finally… I would like to add cockbead as you have but no video covered this… Did you find it fairly straight forward? Any tips would be great!

    Love the cord used for the stay also!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Martyn

    #57971

    Thank you guys!!!I never expected such a feedback.

    Martyn,
    I don’t really know the proper way to do it. I did it this way:
    1. Marked width with the marking gauge (used wheel style marking gauge)
    2. Removed wood with router plane (I have only small router plane) – take very small amounts of wood with each pass, watch the gain, don’t go against it
    3. To fit cockbead perfectly made them slightly longer (you can always adjust the length on shooting board). When fitting the length always clamp it to the drawer, those thin pieces are very flexible.

    I hope this helps. Let me know if I missed anything, I’ll try to give more details.

    Cheers
    Serhiy

    Toronto, Canada

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