While the legs of any wooden piece of furniture often start out as perfectly rectilinear off of the table saw, sometimes that blocky shape doesn't work with your final design. Tapers are easy enough to do with a tapering jig, and of course you could turn them on a lathe, but here the Wood Whisperer shows you an alternative: Pillowing them on the show faces. This can easily be done with some simple marking tools and a block plane.
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