Daughter's Dutch Tool Chest
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  Re: Daughter's Dutch Tool Chest by Bibliophile 13 (My oldest daughter, ...)






She did real well!
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  Re: Daughter's Dutch Tool Chest by Bibliophile 13 (My oldest daughter, ...)




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  Re: Re: Daughter's Dutch Tool Chest by GNP ( [img]/ssl_proxy.php...)
Nice work!
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  Re: Daughter's Dutch Tool Chest by Bibliophile 13 (My oldest daughter, ...)
Steve this looks fantastic, you have every right to be proud of hera accomplishment. Great job !


Steve
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  Re: Re: Daughter's Dutch Tool Chest by Window Guy (Steve this looks fan...)
Very nice job! I like your/your daughter's use of hinges for the front panel. On the version I built, I'm forever trying to find a spit to lay the panel down.
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  Re: Daughter's Dutch Tool Chest by Bibliophile 13 (My oldest daughter, ...)
Very nice work.

I've thought 'bout constructing one as I like the design, but I do believe that I have too much "stuff" for it.

Again very nice work, especially on the dovetails.
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  Re: Daughter's Dutch Tool Chest by Bibliophile 13 (My oldest daughter, ...)
Steve

So nice of both of you doing or helping on a project together. I am looking forward to my grandkids doing it in the future.

Arlin
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  Re: Re: Daughter's Dutch Tool Chest by Arlin Eastman (Steve[br][br]So nice...)
Wonderful work. She did ya proud

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  Re: Re: Daughter's Dutch Tool Chest by JustinTyson (Wonderful work. She ...)
Thanks, everybody! She's really pleased with it. (And yes, this is my "newest oldest" daughter.) It was a lot of fun to build together, and I know she learned a lot. I don't know what project she's considering next, but she successfully sold a few of her wooden spoons this weekend, so she's got some good momentum now. It won't be too many years before her skill set surpasses mine.
Steve S.
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  Re: Re: Daughter's Dutch Tool Chest by Bibliophile 13 (Thanks, everybody! ...)
That is really great. My daughter has been begging me to turn, but I want her to learn from someone better than me lest she learn any of my bad habits.
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