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the top. The panel assemblies are joined with mortises and tenons, and each of the four legs is really two stiles with the long edges mitered together.
I fabricated all of the stiles and rails, and then dry-fit each of the
panel assemblies before cutting and assembling the miter joints that connect the legs.
Managing Bits and Pieces
This isn't really a difficult project to build; the hardest part is
keeping track of what piece goes where. The applied corbels make it necessary for the panel grooves to be off-center on the edges of the stiles and rails. As I cut the parts I decided where they would go in the finished chest, and marked
each one with a lumber crayon. As I worked on the joints I paid close attention to which face of each part was the outside piece.
After cutting the panel parts to size, I grouped four ofthe leg pieces together and marked them out as
53/4"-M"4—12V4 Lid plan
From V to 2V
Popular Woodworking November 2005