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curvy stripe
free plans: how to make a
Curvy Stripe
Basic Description In the free plan below, we illustrate a technique that that shows you how to incorporate a narrow stripe into almost any wood project. You begin with your primary wood, cut a curve, and then glue a thin sliver of a contrasting wood between. The result is a beautiful detail can be used to add sinuous curves to pulls, box tops, drawer fronts, table tops etc.

step:           4      

Once the glue has dried you can unclamp and send the piece through the thickness planer to clean up the surfaces. Now you have a board with a thin stripe through it. As discussed in the design considerations section below, you can use this to add an elegant detail to almost any wood project.
after unclamping you can feed the board through the thickness planer to clean up the joints.

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