Wine Rack Step 1

First we need a cut list so here it is:

  • (12) 1/2″ X 1/2″ X 15 3/4″ Maple – Horizontal Cross Supports
  • (6 pairs) 3/4″ X 3/4″ X 12 1/2″ Walnut – Vertical Supports
  • (12) 1 3/4″ X 3/4″ X 12 1/4″ Walnut – Large Shelves
  • (8) 1″ X 3/4″ X 12 1/4″ Walnut – Small Shelves

I started by cutting the Vertical Supports. Make each pair out of the same piece so when you glue them together they will match. Another way you could do this project is to mortise the vertical supports for the cross supports and make the vertical supports 1 1/2″ wide instead of 3/4″. I don’t have a motoriser and I’m too lazy to chisel them. I’ll use my tablesaw and a dado.

Vertical Supports

Once you cut the Vertical Supports keep them matched by marking them with a piece of chalk.  This will prevent them from getting mixed up later on.

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