The leg on the far left is the one that I just completed. When looking at the piece, it will be the front right leg. I had planned to carve this one last because it will be the most prominent. In the future, the second leg I carve will be the most prominent and the last leg will be the least.
As luck would have it, Will Neptune spoke at the SAPFM meeting this last weekend regarding, what else, dressing table construction. It was fun to hear methodology explained. I wish I had time for a class. He gave a great, quick-paced presentation.
On a different note: One of my favorite parts of this job is getting pictures of what people are working on. I always appreciate seeing the final product. I tip my cap to Andy Z. He sent a couple of pictures of a headboard he has just completed with only hand tools. Get this guy a router...
What's great about Andy's accomplishment and sets it apart from all others? Well, apparently he copied the moldings from a women's clothing store. I usually go to the food court while I'm waiting for my wife, but I really like this new option.
Lee Valley, I'm thinking wallet sized circle templates.