I've had an interest in woodworking for sometime now but it's only recently that I've had the opportunity to pursue it. This is a record of what I'm doing and what I've done and the progress I'm making.
In the March issue of Woodsmith magazine, there was this project
of an inbox that featured mitered splines with contrasting wood. So this a short description of how it was made. I started with oak for the frame ripped and cut to size, mitered the ends and then cut the slots for the splines using a few jigs to help in cutting the slots. The pieces are glue up and the splines added.