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The small details of any project should always exemplify exactness, and the smaller the project and project parts, the more exacting the work becomes. By making the drawer parts, we discover techniques craftsmen hand toolists passed down through the generations. Paul added planted grooves to receive the drawer bottom. We use this technique when the sides of the drawers are lightweight. Paul shows the method he uses to glue up the drawer. Fitting the drawer to the opening requires more precision. Paul takes his time to explain all of the details he goes through. Lastly, Paul creates the long drawer pull from vintage mahogany salvaged from an old table leg and then fixes the pull in place.