I used my winding sticks to make sure I remove the twist.
I used my fore plane to go corner to corner to take out the twist.
After making the grooves, I used my looong paring chisel to clean things up.
Making haunched tenons.
And then finally fitting the doors using the hinges a spaces.
This weekend I got a little bit of time to work more on the doors. Frames are made of the straightest grain cherry I could find. I used haunched tenons so that I could run the grooves from end to end of both the rails and the styles.
I can’t wait to see how the curly cherry panels look in these frames.
(As always you can right click on the pictures to make them bigger)
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