Hand sawn (is that a word?) feet trued with the plane
Dang it. Can’t seem to get through a project without a mess-up somewhere. Notice that pencil line? I thought it was in the wrong place, so I moved it, without checking the other legs. I even managed to screw up the “measure twice” adage!
Cut a plug to fit.
Glue it in.
plugged and trimmed.
Short width base layout – marking all joints with blue painters tape to keep things straight.
Prepping for each joint.
All the tenons were cut on the table saw, the cheeks were nibbled away.
Trim the top of the tenon.
mark and trim the bottom of each tenon
dry assembly of the base
The self supports were simply squared stock glued into a 1/8″ recess on the aprons.
Another view of the shelf support.
One corner of the base
Cross supports were loose tenoned in.
The top is a chip board melamine banded with 3 1/2″ wide strips of cherry.