Here’s the final picture and the gallery to go with it.
All post can be found here:
Looks great. You’ve really transformed that bench into a well funcitoning beauty. Have a great time with it.
Thanks! I will, I’m certain of that!
Great job! I really like the photo story board in the post too. I can’t wait to get my bench to the same state.
Thanks and thanks for the feedback. I was wondering if the photo story board would work. Hopefully its better than clicking on a bunch of links.
Great Job Marilyn! Crisp details and nice photography. Enjoy….
The Storyboard works Great. It’s nice to see it all together. It’s a beautiful bench, Marilyn. You must be so proud!
Thanks ya’ll! I’ll be using the storyboard (I like that term) for future projects!
Outstanding, Marilyn! Function married to beauty. Doesn’t get any better than that. :o)
Thanks so much!
Wow Marilyn, your bench looks awesome! Really, really great – I jealous 🙂
Did you glue the leg tenons into the mortises on the benchtop?
Thanks!! 🙂 No glue on the tenons. I attached the top with 6″ spax bolts (lag bolts essentially). Having a removal top and break down bolts in the long stretchers will allow me to move it easily and hopefully without damaging it.
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