Mudcloth Inspired Drawer Front

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General Information

Modeled off of the mudcloth trend, this drawer front carving is an easy way to add texture and design to any drawer front. Just size the design to your drawer and go! Want the plans for this full side table build? Visit http://diyhuntress.com/2018/06/diy-wood-carved-side-table.html

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Material Description Price
Carbide V-Bits

Carbide V-Bits

Shank Diameter: 1/4 in, Cutting Diameter: 1/2 in, Tip Angle: 90 Degree, Overall Length: 1.8 in, Ring Color: Green/White

$13.99

MDF Wood

MDF Wood

Dimensions: 12 in × 12 in, Thickness: 3/4 in

$8.00

$21.99
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Materials

For this project I used a 1×8 Pine board. While the final dimensions of my board were 1×8×16″, I made sure to leave 2" of room on both sides of the board (i.e., board cut to 20" wide) for the clamps.

I also used a 90 degree V-bit.

You can use whatever size works for your drawer front!

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Clamp & Carve

When ready, just clamp and carve your drawer piece. Trim your drawer front to size when done with your carve!

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Build Side Table

120 minutes

If you are looking to build your side table from scratch, visit http://diyhuntress.com/2018/06/diy-wood-carved-side-table.html for the full, free woodworking plans!

Sarah Taylor
Hi! When I go to Inventables it says the pattern wasn't shared publicly. Is there another way I could get it?
Sarah Taylor
Sarah Taylor
Correction, when I open in Easel!
Sarah Taylor