That left me with the chance to get on with the installation of the mulesaw, which has been at a standstill for a couple of months.
Anyway, today we reached an agreement, he agreed to wear a coverall, and that was a fine compromise.
We nailed on the back of the cabinet, and made the clenching of the nails to hold the battens in place. Asger really liked the idea of deliberately bending nails.
We made a small turning lock, and Asger decided that the pull should be a semi circular piece of wood.
Once everything was assembled and the door installed, the cabinet received a coat of Danish oil (which is not called Danish oil here in Denmark).
Once the cabinet was finished, and Asger burned his name on the back with a small burning marker, we headed on to the next project: Making another stall in the stable. (the post for tomorrow)
Asger sawing on the back of the cabinet
The proud craftsman with the finished product