Arts and Crafts Glass-Front Cabinet
1h 10m
Access includes complete video series plus all class materials.

Michael Pekovich shows you how to build a small Arts & Crafts style glass-front cabinet.

This project features a wide variety of techniques that will broaden the skill set of any woodworker.

Mike will show you how to:

● Cut blowout-free mortises

● Create tight-fitting joints

● Refine the cabinet with subtle curves

● Make chamfered tenons

You’ll see how to glue up the cabinet and learn an efficient and easy method to make half-blind dovetails for the drawer.

You’ll learn the techniques for making a leaded glass panel.

You’ll see how to fume with ammonia to get the right finish and learn how to apply wiping varnish.

This solid oak cabinet is sure to become a treasured heirloom.

The Class Materials for this workshop include a printable plan and a digital plan for use with SketchUp® software.


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