By Editors of Fine Woodworking
"Designing furnishings covers each step within the layout approach from thought to development approach, together with studying from validated kinds, developing plans for precise furnishings, and selecting between building recommendations. the sensible, process-oriented strategy makes the topic obtainable to woodworkers with out formal layout education.
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An easier, more common transition was the 45° cut, resulting in a rounded shoulder. B in. ------ Double-tapered square ~ in. Straight-turned taper with str81ght should er Straight-turned taper With round shoulder 26 In. /" Swell taper J in. Swell taper with long, round shoulder Telescope or d ouble taper Straight taper with rings Swell taper With nng s and pear foot 12 in. ELEMENTS OF THE SHAKER STYLE 33 Furn iture Design: The Four Objectives BY M I KE DUNBAR a piece offurnitufC, you have fo ur pri mary objectives.
Ii. I% in. Round over the edges. Eased edge c O valo Bull nose Chamfer Double Chamfer t'" in. 1 Legs and Turnings Shaker table legs were, for the most part, quite simple. The double-tapered square leg w as by far the most common form. The tapers were cut only on the two inside faces to gIVe the leg a wider, sturdier stance and appearance. Another favorite leg was the straight-turned taper, most often seen on drop-leaf tables. These legs are often splayed a few degrees, because turned tapered legs attached at gOo to the top aJ)peBr pigeon-toed.
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