By Robert Belke
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Now to fill it with some books that might make me look intelligent, as well. SLIDING HOME. The drawer bottom slides past the drawer back and into grooves in the sides and front. Screws in elongated holes will hold the bottom to the back and allow the bottom to shrink or swell. SIMPLE ENOUGH. Maple runners below the bottom shelf support and guide the hidden drawer. indd 42 1/11/12 9:40 AM PROJECT • 6 Harvey Ellis Bookcase B Y R O B E R T W. L A N G Gustav Stickley once wrote that the best way to learn furniture design was to build a proven design.
In reality, I ﬁt each one and kept them in order. THE EASY PART. Each remove the waste between the two tenons. With the end of each shelf housed in the dado these cuts didn’t need to be pretty; I only needed to get material out of the way. Before starting the fitting process, I took a chisel and chamfered the inside edge of each mortise, and with a piece of sandpaper I broke the sharp edge of each tenon to prevent damge to the outside of the mortises during fitting. With a soft pencil, I made a series of hatch marks on the tenon cheeks and eased them into place.
Begin by cutting the inner top panel to size from plywood. You also could make it from 3⁄4" scrap pieces biscuited together if you’re short on plywood. Miter and nail the straight moulding to the underside of the inner top panel. Let the moulding hang over the panel about 1⁄16". This lip will make it easier to align the cove moulding (see the photo below, near left, for details). I made the cove moulding on the table saw. Before you set up for the cove cut, cut a flat face on the moulding material.