From multiple crocks to one tray in the kitchen.
A simple solution:
What I did:
- Using the straightest grain white oak I had in the shop, I made a box using finger joints on the Leigh R9Plus jig.
- I used 1/4-inch thick oak plywood for the bottom and the dividers.
- Using a block plane I rounded all corners and edges, until they were hand-friendly.
- Sanded to 150 grit using a random orbit sander with vacuum attachment.
- The finish was Stephen Shepherd’s Moses T’s St John’s wax. The white oak surface is wonderfully silky smooth!
Sandy loves this box. It allowed her to organize all the kitchen utensils. Now, where are my BBQ tools?
Click here to view several posts on my use of the R9Plus finger joint/dovetail jig.