Some months back i bought a woodworking magazine that showed how to
make some intricate bowed octogonal legs with an inlay. My todler got
a hold of it and destroyed the magazine. Now i want to make those
legs for a sideboard i'm making but need the mag fro reference. There
was some jig needed for shaping the legs in a planer.
I'd appreciate it if anyone remembers the issue so i can purchase the
back issue. It may be as far back as spring.
to triagles. Then putting a curve on them -- something like a fine
point at both tips and the max of the curve 2/3 the way down the leg.
Two segments were cut short, the inlay on edge added and all eight
glued together. The carcase was to be attached so it sat upon the two
short segments and the rest of the leg was proud of the carcase
Any one remember that article?
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