Rolltop Desk Build Part 3

Read Part 1 here Read Part 2 here Making the panels Today, I put all the parts together to form the sides and back assemblies. I started with the two back panels. These will attach to the…


Rolltop Desk Build Part 2

Read Part 1 here It took 10 hours to resaw the 1 1/4″ thick slabs into three thinner panels and then plane them to the finished 1/4″ thickness.  In total, I cut 21 panels that will…


Rolltop Desk Build Part 1

Follow along as I build a Rolltop desk! Introduction – February 2015 The rolltop desk has always had a certain appeal because of the large drawers in the base, multiple cubby holes in the top…


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Does Sawdust Inn sell its projects?

As a hobbyist woodworker, I enjoy building simply for the pleasure of the craft. On very rare occasions, I have created a project for the intended purpose of selling it. As explained earlier, the cost…


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Will Sawdust Inn build a project for me?

Woodworkers often times find themselves in the same category as the guy who owns a pick-up truck. A pick-up is perfectly designed for moving things, and having a friend who owns one would certainly be cheaper than renting…


Cabinet building tips from the pros

At some point, every woodworker will build cabinets. Here’s a great article from : Nick Lieurance to help you along! Designing and building kitchen cabinets is a big project, and there are lots of things…