This is a brief introduction to "Carving a Drawer Pull."
Our 100th Lesson!!! Thank you all for joining me on this incredible journey! This lesson teaches how to reproduce an antique, wooden drawer pull for a 19th century dresser using a profile gauge and an original as a guide.
- Lesson Contents: 2 episodes; template, tool list, and photo available in Episode 1
- Type of Wood: Mahogany
- Size: 6-1/2"w x 2-1/2"h x 7/8"d
- Tool List: 4mm, v-chisel; #1, 4mm; #1, 14mm; #3, 6mm; #4, 14mm; #5, 14mm; #7, 10mm; #7, 14mm; #8, 10mm; #8, 10mm, spoon-bent (optional)
- Skill Level: Intermediate
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You are just too good!!!
Excellent work Mary. I was very happy to see this project. I attempted to carve this drawer pull. I returned the original to the owner. He communicated with me last week about your work. I photographed the original from several views. I hope to carve this one after doing many more lessons. Thanks for the posting
Hi Steve. There were some real challenges with this project. At first glance, it looks a lot easier than it actually is. Sometimes they can be deceiving! Let me know how the carving goes.
Mary, the link to ‘Buy this Lesson’ doesn’t seem to work…
THANKS for reporting that Geoffrey. The link is fixed now. Sorry for the inconvenience!
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