How to build an Oak Knickknack Cabinet Part 1 of 2

This cabinet features cove and bead moldings, Face frame with inset door, both which are assembled with open slot mortis and tennon joints. A glass insert divided by wood muntins and many other key features. Oak KnickKnack Cabinet

This is a great weekend project for all skill level.

Be sure to stick around for the end of the video for a special message to a great woodworker and friend. Steve Ramsey of Woodworking for Mere Mortals you can find Steve at http://www.woodowrkingformeremortals.com

In part 1 we start with the case commonly referred to as the carcass of the cabinet. Part 2 which will be out soon we will begin working on the face frame & inset door Both are assembled with open slot mortis and tennon joints. These joints are commonly referred to as Bridal Joints. and in part 3 we will be wrapping up this great weekend project by installing the muntins, glass and glazing strips in the door frame. We will be making the decorative molding for the top and bottom and applying a nice finish.



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