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3/4" rabbet at the top of each side. Next, you need to cut a dado joint to hold the bottom of the top case. The bottom is located 2" up from the bottom edge of the sides. By doing this, the bottom will also act as a door stop. Your dados should be 1/4" deep by 3/4" wide.

Now grab your drill and bore holes in the top case side's for the adjustable shelves.

It's time to move to the bottom case sides. Some people build web frames to guide their drawers. I think it's a lot simpler and easier to use solid shelves to divide the drawer spaces.

Your first shelf is located 11" down from the top of the case side; the second shelf is located 22" down from the top of the case side. Each of these shelves fit in 1/4"-deep by 3/4" -wide dados. Go ahead and cut these dados.

Next, cut a 1/4"-deep by 9/l6"-wide rabbet on the inside edges of the side pieces for both cases to accept the back.

Finish sand the interior parts. Assemble both the top and bottom cases using glue and a finish nailer. Make sure everything is square by measuring from corner to corner of the case.

Before you attach the face frames to the case, you need to temporarily install the back. I used 1/2"-thick hardwood cut to random widths to build my beaded shiplapped back. Cut 1/4" x 1/2" rabbets on the slat sides. Attach the back with screws and double check for squareness.

Once your cases are assembled, lay each case on its back, and glue, nail and clamp the face frames to the top and bottom cases. When the glue is dry, trim the face frame flush to the cabinet sides using a flush-cutting bit chucked into your router, as shown in the photo above.

Before you move on to the doors, add the screw board to the

Building the face frame first allows you to trim the frame to fit the case, once the case is assembled.

CLASSIC WARDROBE

Top Case Pieces

DIMENSIONS (INCHES) T W L

COMMENTS

Top Case Pieces

DIMENSIONS (INCHES) T W L

COMMENTS

2

Upper face-frame stiles

3/4

2V2

453 4

Curly maple

1

Upper face-frame top rail

3/4

4

35V2

Curly maple

1" TBE

1

Upper face-frame bottom rail

3/4

2V4

35V2

Curly maple

1" TBE

2

Upper sides

3/4

19V4

453/4

Curly maple

4

Door panel frame stiles

3/4

2V2

387 8

Curly maple

4

Door panel frame rails

3/4

2V2

125/16*

Curly maple

2

Door panels

5/8

12V16

34V2

Curly maple

2

Top, bottom

3/4

18V1/16

37V2

Poplar

4

Upper adjustable shelves

3/4

V8V2

3e3 4

Poplar

Bottom Case Pieces

2

Lower face-frame stiles

3/4

13/4

28

Curly maple

1

Lower face-frame bottom rail

3/4

13/4

38V2

Curly maple

1" TBE

2

Lower face-frame top & mid-rail

3/4

V

38V2

Curly maple

1" TBE

2

Lower sides

3/4

20

28

Curly maple

2

Drawer fronts

3/4

9V4

357/8

Curly maple

4

Drawer sides

V2

9V4

19V2

Poplar

2

Drawer backs

V2

87/V6

357/8

Poplar

2

Drawer bottoms

V2

191V/16

35V8

Poplar

2

Lower shelves

3/4

197/16

39

Poplar

1

Lower screw board

3/4

V/2

38V2

Poplar

4

Drawer runners

3/4

V

V9

Poplar

4

Drawer stops

3/4

3 4

2

Poplar

Back and Moulding

1

Top case back

V2

37V2

453/4

Curly maple

Shiplapped

1

Bottom case back

V2

39

28

Curly maple

Shiplapped

1

Crown moulding

3/4

35/8

7'

Curly maple

1

Top cap

V2

33/4

7'

Curly maple

1

Waist moulding

3/4

3 4

7'

Curly maple

1

Lower waist moulding

3/4

2

7'

Curly maple

1

Base moulding

3/4

5

7'

Curly maple

* Dimension includes a 7/i6" cope on both ends. Check your cope-and-stick se

before cutting your rails to length.

* Dimension includes a 7/i6" cope on both ends. Check your cope-and-stick se

before cutting your rails to length.

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