24 I began the creation of the radiussed trim at the bottom of the apron by milling some 5/8 x 3/4 stock. I then cut the material to length and marked the flush point on either end. After establishing some guidelines, I roughed in the trim radius using a block plane.
25 Here you can see the flush line of the end grain, as well as the guidelines and the rough plane work. Each trim piece is then finished with a rasp and sandpaper.
26 The taper on each end of each trim piece was cut with a chisel.
27 The glued trim pieces were then installed by holding them in place for a slow 60 count, giving the glue time to grab. (This can’t be done if the back of the trim piece is bowed or twisted.)