I will probably post on more of my progress this evening, but mostly I will be planing and gluing up components for legs and aprons and such. Of course filming is par for the course and that slows me down a bit but apart from waiting for glue drying I can make one of these pine benches in a long day.
When I have all of the parts laminated ready for joinery we will start mortising the legs and forming the cross-rail tenons too. This evening I will post on the tools I will be using but you will need nothing expensive or fancy. Just ordinary everyday tools and a little sweat equity!
See you later!
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