OK imagine a small drawer front. Made out of 3/4 material, around 5" x 12". I need a way to pull it open, but I don't want to have a knob. I also don't want to purchase a flush fit handle.
My thinking is to bore a 1" hole, 1/2 deep. Bevel the sides, back under the face. Question is how to bevel? Thought about a dovetail bit. Maybe make a template out of hardboard and run the shank around that?
Finishing is not an issue, shop furniture.
Any better ideas? Open to all, but the handle must be flush. Quick and simple is good.