Woodworker's Journal 101-Projects-for-Woodworkers, страница 22
Made entirely of %" white pine, this is a good project for the novice. Veteran woodworkers can tipftrade the piece to heirloom qualit\ by substi-lutmg walnut and dovetailing the case cor
ners. Nevertheless, built as shown, it's a handsome item.
Clear pine is preferred and all parts should be well sanded first. The case back fits flush between the sides and the bottom butts against it. Use 5-penny (2") box nails and file the heads to a rectangular shape to simulate antique nails.
Glue and nail the sides to the botlom with the grain running as shown. Cut the case back and front for an exact fit and glue and nail it to the sides and bottom; then add the top flush with sides and back.
The lid is made of three parts as shown, glued and clamped together. Rest the lid on ihe case and mark the front and back edges for bevel ( ut the bevel by planing toward I he center from ilic edges to avoid splintering
Give the desk a final sanding ,uul stain u for an antique-pine effect. Finish with al least two coats of satin-finish varnish and mount decora tive brass hinges similar to those shown.