Woodworker's Journal 101-Projects-for-Woodworkers, страница 38
nailed to the underside of the drawer backs. Sides may be fastened to fronts with glue and finishing nails, but the use of small pegs as shown in the detail is an attractive and permanent method. Thin guide strips are glued to the drawer sides flush with the drawers' front edges and set slightly above the bottom edges of the sides. Turned wooden knobs stained to match complete the project. These knobs were originally turned with slightly tapered pins and glued into the drawer fronts.
Walnut should be finished with boiled linseed
oil thinned slightly with turpentine. Apply a coat, let it soak in for about 10 minutes, and then wipe olT the excess. Allow this coat to dry overnight, then rub the piece down with 000 steel wool and repeat the process. Seal drawer sides, back, and bottom with two coats of shellac mixed half-and-half with wood alcohol.
If a stained finish is desired, apply the stain, and after 24 hours seal the piece with thinned shellac. Rub down with steel wool, remove all dust with a tack cloth, and apply several coats of satin-finish varnish.