Modern power tools can help you make quick work of time-consuming traditional inlays. Popular Woodworking Magazine Senior Editor Glen D. Huey teaches you how to create clever plywood patterns from photos and drawings. Then he shows how to use those patterns to guide your router to cut the grooves to receive the inlay quickly and easily. Then he shares his simple technique for making string inlay from scraps using a few common hardware store tools and an inexpensive spindle sander.
Plus the techniques you'll learn with this instructional DVD can be adapted for almost any inlay situation and pattern! With these inlay skills, you'll never use a scratch stock again.
In addition to the 97 minutes of instruction, this DVD contains: Inlay patterns for the designs shown on the DVD in PDF format Complete instructions for building the Line & Berry Chest featured in the DVD A SketchUp model of the chest
Video: Line & Berry Chest of Drawers
November 12, 2010
by Glen D. Huey
In this video, Senior Editor Glen D. Huey takes you on a tour of the cover project from the December 2010 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine. He'll show you the transitional details of this traditional piece from Chester County, PA and reveals some tricks to provide extra strength to this projects construction.