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April 1985

Issue Number: 4
Wood Store

Shaker-Style Cupboard Woodworking Plan

The Shakers viewed veneers as "deceitful," and declared that "whatever is fashioned, let it be plain and simple." They used solid maple extensively and particularly admired bird's-eye maple. These resourceful folks also developed the first tongue-and-groove and splining machines to facilitate joining solid woods. The design shown at left follows the Shaker philosophy quite closely.

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