Hand-Cut Cherry Dovetails | Gabriola Island, Canada

By: Carrie Cahill Mulligan

May 08 2008

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Category: Andy, furniture, handmade, New Hampshire, summer

5 Comments

Aperture:f/2.8
Focal Length:6.4mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/25 sec
Camera:C720UZ

In the spring of 2003, we moved from Denali Park, Alaska, to Gabriola Island, British Columbia so that Andy could attend a ship’s cabinetry school.

This Shaker-style hutch was his final project in August, taking over 100 hours.

Now it’s the anchor of our living room, housing the stereo and music collection.

It’s a joy to behold, and if you were to visit, I’d recommend you run your hands across it…

So smooth.

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5 comments on “Hand-Cut Cherry Dovetails | Gabriola Island, Canada”

  1. A beautiful family heirloom! I imagine generations to come will run their fingers over that buttery-smooth drawer.

  2. […] summer, Andy & I grew broccoli from seed… I found it endlessly fascinating with the macro lens of my […]

  3. […] Andy wasn’t in cabinetry class, we thoroughly enjoyed summer on […]

  4. […] checking out the ship’s cabinetry school on Gabriola Island, we explored Cathedral Grove in MacMillan Provincial Park on Vancouver […]


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