Well, I've started the next project and here I go again.
Technically, this isn't my next project. I have some actual stuff around the house that isn't insignificant. And a bed is what I really want/need. But doing this in pieces will allow me to convince myself and Mr. Marsh that I did it over a few months.
It's part of a birdcage for a tea table.
For this project I won't actually use any of the planes I make. The moulding will be carved.
Thinking: I guess that I may be able to make the case that, in choosing what I will do next, I can consider anything and am still not being limited by my tools, thus having hollows and rounds still affects. But I did need to do this at a friend's shop because I don't have a lathe. I also had an acquaintance come to my shop last week to use my tools. Maybe woodworking friends are more important than tool choice?