I noticed most of your cabinet door plans call for a thinner piece of plywood and then trimming it out with hobby boards for that pretty, decorative look. What do you do about the exposed plywood edges - for staining? Does edge banding work in a situation like this? Laura Heiselbetz posted this great photo on your Facebook page of what I'm talking about. :)
Hopefully she sees this post. I'm curious how the edges turned out. :) I'm about to make bathroom vanity cabinets to replace our extremely old ones... With my new Kreg Jig, I feel totally comfortable making the boxes, the toe-kicks underneath, the cabinet face frames, etc... but NOT the cabinet doors! That totally freaks me out! :)
I've looked in woodworking magazines and they use a mortise and tenon join for the stiles and rails and then route a groove along the interior for the thin plywood panel. I can see how that would make perfect sense if I had a table saw! :)
Ana, what do you do on your finished pieces? I searched through all of your plans that called for doors and I couldn't tell what you did each time. I could see a few photos where you had used pocket screws and then attached plywood to the back... I think?