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A Tiny Bench: Beginner's Woodworking Project

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Supplies:
2x - 1" X 12" X 72"
Table or circular saw.
Jig saw for cutouts.
Sand paper, paint or stain, and polyurethane.

Instructions:
Cut one board in two, 36" each pieces for the back and seat.
Cut the other into 2, 32" pieces for the sides.
Trace out the curves to your liking and band or jig saw the sides and back.
If you want to do a cut out in the back, drill a hole with a hole saw or 1" paddle bit to start your cutout, then jig saw.
Assemble with pocket holes, 3 per side on the back and bottom. If you don't do pocket holes, you can counter-sink screws through the sides.
Sand and finish with paint or stain. Optional polyurethane.

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Supplies:
2x - 1" X 12" X 72"
Table or circular saw.
Jig saw for cutouts.
Sand paper, paint or stain, and polyurethane.

Instructions:
Cut one board in two, 36" each pieces for the back and seat.
Cut the other into 2, 32" pieces for the sides.
Trace out the curves to your liking and band or jig saw the sides and back.
If you want to do a cut out in the back, drill a hole with a hole saw or 1" paddle bit to start your cutout, then jig saw.
Assemble with pocket holes, 3 per side on the back and bottom. If you don't do pocket holes, you can counter-sink screws through the sides.
Sand and finish with paint or stain. Optional polyurethane.

Oh, shirt! http://dft.ba/-agH
Oh, blog it! http://dft.ba/-agI
Twitter http://twitter.com/theRealB...
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