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China Hutch

13 May

Sarah asked for a china hutch/cabinet at Christmas. So when we visited in late March we finalized the thoughts and concepts of what she wanted and started building when Becky and I arrived home after that trip.

The original thought was I would have time to get the base cabinet completed prior to our trip to see David graduate on May 12th. See earlier post “Proud of our Son-in-law”.

However the cabinet finished with about 2 1/2 weeks left before our trip in May.

2015-04-20 18.57.50

So, off to the shop to start the hutch portion of the project.

2015-05-03 20.24.15

Applied 6 coats of polyurethane and Done!

Just one problem. With the cover on the truck, to protect from any type of weather for the 8 hour drive, it would not fit in the truck assembled.

Yep, you guessed it, apart it came.

Jenga-ready-to-pack

Packed in the truck and ready to head to South Bend, Indiana.

packed-ready-to-transport

After getting up at 4:00 AM to leave at 5:00 AM, and an 8 hour drive, it was time for re-assemble.

With help from David

Last-pieces-attached

We got it back together in about 2 hours, installed the glass in the doors, attached handles and knobs.

REALLY DONE now!

Finished-Project

AND yes, its Elise approved

Elise-approved 2015-05-09 17.51.23

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Posted by on May 13, 2015 in Wood Projects

 

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