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Turned knob, 13⁄ 8 in. dia. x 2 3⁄4 in. long Door slat, 11⁄16 in. x 21⁄4 in. x 16 in. Door stile, 11⁄16 x 2 in. x 16 in. Key House 23 Materials for Key house Quantity Part Size Notes 1 Front gable 7⁄ 8 in. x 31⁄4 in. * Back locust 1 Back gable 3⁄4 in. x 5 in. * Black locust 2 Sides 3⁄4 in. x 5 in. x 18 in. Black locust 1 Bottom 3⁄4 in. x 5 in. x 91⁄4 in. Black locust 1 Shelf 1⁄ 2 in. x 43⁄4 in. x 91⁄4 in. Black locust 2 Roof sections 5⁄ 8 in. x 61⁄4 in. x 61⁄ 2 in. Black locust 1 Back 1⁄4 in. x 91⁄4 in.
3⁄ 8 13⁄ 8 in. 115⁄ 16 in. 7⁄ 8 in. in. 31⁄4 in. 113⁄16 in. Gable front 1 in. 1 in. 1⁄ 2 K in. 9. Cut the angle on the bandsaw (Photo K). Lay out a 75° angle on each end of the front gable from 1⁄ 2 in. in from the end of the bottom edge to the upper corner. Cut this shape on the bandsaw. 10. Drill the 1⁄ 8-in. hanger hole centered, 5⁄ 8 in. up from the bottom edge of the back gable (Photo L). Also drill 1⁄ 16-in. pilot holes for the shoulder hooks as shown in the drawing above. L Cut the angle at the ends of the gable on the bandsaw.
Cherry or contrasting hardwood‡ 1 Back 1⁄4 in. x 105⁄ 8 x 217⁄ 8 in. Baltic-birch plywood 3 Shelves 1⁄4 in. x 115⁄16 in. x 105⁄ 8 in. Cherry 1 Catch block 5⁄ 8 in. x 11⁄ 2 in. x 115⁄16 in. Cherry 1 Hanger 3⁄ 8 in. x 25⁄ 8 in. x 101⁄4 in. Cherry 1 Wall hanger 3⁄ 8 in. x 25⁄ 8 in. x 103⁄16 in. Cherry 2 pr. Brass hinges 11⁄ 2 in. x 7⁄ 8 in. 8 Biscuits #20 2 Cabinet pulls 7⁄16 2 Door magnets in. x 11⁄ 2 in. x 7⁄ 8 in. Ace Hardware #5299755 Amerock® #BP4476-FB Woodcraft® #145289 *Trimmed to final length after assembly.