Rocker Back Leg Joinery

The previous back leg post ended at the rough blanks being cut out of the bigger stock of lumber.  This gallery picks up with the flush trim routing to the leg pattern.  Then adder blocks must be milled and glued on to accommodate the angle that occurs at the seat to back leg joint.  Once they are added and squared, layout of the mortise joinery occurs.  After the table saw, the inside corner must be rounded over on the router table.  The next update will begin with the fine tuning of the round over.