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    Kitchen cabinets stained!!!

    Been a while since I have posted anything on my kitchen so here goes. Lower boxes done and drawers complete and Installed, upper cabs DONE Now onto the lower cabs doors and the fronts for the drawers. Pics are just a few of the cabs due to a very small shop, they all can not be in there at the same time. There are 11 lower boxes and 12 upper boxes total.
    OH and the last pic is a glue up for my sons project, I will let him make a thread of his project, so GET IT IN GEAR JIM

    Thanks for looking

    Tom
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Base cabs 1.jpg   Base cabs 2.jpg   Cabs 4.jpg   Drawer dovetail 3.jpg   Cabs 5.jpg  

    Cabs 6.jpg   Cabs 7.jpg   Cabs 8.jpg   Jims glue-up.jpg  
    Last edited by Tom Niemi; 05-06-2010 at 01:31 AM. Reason: update title

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    Nice looking work Tom! Love the dovetails. I'm going to have to try dovetails again some day... Just never could get mine dialed in. I understand about running out of room when building boxes.
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    good work tom, can't wait to see the finished kitchen!
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    wanna come hang out with me and help me put together a kitchen anytime soon?

    I dont have the guts to even attempt to redo my way overdo in need of a makeover tiny kitchen.
    Last edited by allen levine; 04-11-2009 at 05:26 PM.

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    lookin good tom. if i was closer you could use my second floor for storage.

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    well Mr T yu coming along just fine my friend and that funny looking flecking should cover up when yu paint them when i get back and yu need help hangin ,,holler.. loud and with the aroma of bells
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    OOOOOH I like the joints there Tom. The rails and stiles look like they are 1/4 sawn oak is that correct. What are you going to finish them with.
    I love QSO.

    What a large project to tackle. I am not that brave yet.
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    OOOOOH I like the joints there Tom. The rails and stiles look like they are 1/4 sawn oak is that correct. What are you going to finish them with.
    I love QSO.

    What a large project to tackle. I am not that brave yet.
    hey rob dynamite comes in small packages
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    Don't put off today till tomorrow!

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    Soooo much nicer than my 25 year old frame and skin kitchen originals. Great looking work there sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Royall Clark View Post
    Nice looking work Tom! Love the dovetails. I'm going to have to try dovetails again some day... Just never could get mine dialed in. I understand about running out of room when building boxes.
    Thanks Royall, I used a leigh super 18" jig and I really like the results
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Noren View Post
    good work tom, can't wait to see the finished kitchen!
    Neither can the LOML
    Quote Originally Posted by allen levine View Post
    wanna come hang out with me and help me put together a kitchen anytime soon?

    I dont have the guts to even attempt to redo my way overdo in need of a makeover tiny kitchen.
    Allen, Allen, Allen, you are so far ahead of me its not funny, you can SO handle a kitchen, just remember, this is my first woodworking project :
    Quote Originally Posted by Al killian View Post
    lookin good tom. if i was closer you could use my second floor for storage.
    I wish you lived closer also, thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    well Mr T yu coming along just fine my friend and that funny looking flecking should cover up when yu paint them when i get back and yu need help hangin ,,holler.. loud and with the aroma of bells
    HOLLER, HOLLER HOLLER You can count on it bud
    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    OOOOOH I like the joints there Tom. The rails and stiles look like they are 1/4 sawn oak is that correct. What are you going to finish them with.
    I love QSO.
    Thanks Rob, I love QSRO also, the entire kitchen will be QSRO
    What a large project to tackle. I am not that brave yet.
    [QUOTE=glenn bradley;155336]Soooo much nicer than my 25 year old frame and skin kitchen originals. Great looking work there sir.[/QUOTE ]

    Thanks Glenn, a 25 year old kitchen is what I am replacing

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