Haha yeah the list is steadily getting longer. I still have a patio set I have to finiches as soon as the weather gets a little cooler. I have to earn my way to justify getting some better tools like jointer/planer/table saw. Etc
Here is the finished box. I used the plane shaving for thexample inside.
That doesn't normally appy to me. I try to put my home as a top priority. I could have done the fronts differently but didn't care to, not that I was too busy with other stuff. They are really strong and functional and that is what counts for this application. I'm surprised everyone is so focused on the screws showing, this is far from 'fine woodworking lol. I screwed the entire job with no glue so i can modify/change pieces in the future.
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I cut out the pattern of two of the aprons on the scroll saw.
As far as getting close to the line my scroll saw skills were pretty craptacular, so I quit for the evening with two more to do.
I hate to say it Eric, but there may be a lot more to do on the aprons before the base of the Thing is complete. I'm going to try out a trial work piece and, if all goes well, I'm going to do some routing and carving on the fronts of the aprons and possibly the tops of the legs.