WT340 – Making Purty Panels

On today’s weekend show, we’re talking about getting a grain and color match in a panel.

What Are We Talking About

Brian wrote in and asked:

I have been making large pieces of wood into smaller ones for about 3 years now. The next thing I really want to work on is matching wood and getting better with hiding joints in glued up panels. I know you have done many different videos on the subject, but I’m wondering how this is done if you, like me, are purchasing rough lumber?

I know you can see the grain and color to a degree, but I’ve had no luck in getting solid matches. Do you just have to buy extra and hope some of them work out, and others work on another project?

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