Bread Box

Introduction: Bread Box

About: A D&T Teacher

A weekend project.

The sides are biscuit jointed together, ensuring the grain runs up & down not across.
The carcase is biscuit jointed together although I have also used knock down fittings for the base.
The door is a simple frame using cross half checks and rebated to take the mini orb. the door support has a mitre cut on the top edge to allow the door to sit flush with the sides, the top also has a mitre on the front edge to ensure the door sits flush.
You could have a solid door and carve a design on it.

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    2 Discussions


    3 years ago

    It looks very nice, but I am not very experienced with woodworking. More detailed instructions would be helpful.


    7 years ago on Introduction

    I like that you used the corrugated tin! Nice project!