I am building a buffet with 6 inset drawers of QSW Oak. They will
slide on wooden drawer supports. The drawers are graduated from 4.5"
to 6.0" in half inch increments. (firstname.lastname@example.org", email@example.com", firstname.lastname@example.org",
email@example.com"). I have not made dovetailed drawers before but I plan to
practice a lot. I will use a D4 Leigh Jig to make both half blind
front dovetails and through back dovetails. The fronts will be approx.
13/16" thick and the sides and backs will be approx. 5/8" thick.
I need to know how to layout the drawers, i.e., the dimensions I should
use when cutting my stock before I cut the dovetails. For example, how
long, high and deep should I make the fronts, sides and backs before I
cut the dovetails? Does have any advice (I'm sure you will!) or know
of articles or books describing how to layout these drawers?