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Been on a vacation from woodworking...last one was a LOT of work. Daughter looked at the new cabinet, and hinted she would like one for her place.... One thing, though....she WILL paint things... Sooo....thinking of building a "Paint-grade" one out of Pine......with a couple changes. She also wanted a "Dresser" so maybe instead of the large door in the base cabinet...maybe a few more drawers ( to hold "drawers"?) instead of shelves? About another week or so..I can go over to Menard's, and sort through the 1x pine boards....might take all afternoon....and come home with the supplies needed...will have to buy a 1/4" sheet of Luann...for backs and bottoms....Trying to figure out the sizes of the 1xs....1x6s? 1x8s? Couple of 1 x10s? ( for the bookcase) Lengths? Last project used up about 45 bf of Ash.... Just a start-up.....Single Brain Cell Sketch Up is working on the "details" might take all of next week....moving at the speed of smell? Will post updates, as they happen...
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