Adding veneer to a project is a time-honored way to add visual interest and to extend the supply of beautifully-figured wood. Plus, wow, is it ever cheap to use, instead of springing for a whole board of an exotic looking species.
The only problem with veneering is that it takes a little bit of know-how with different techniques. Whether you want to work with a modern vacuum veneer press or use traditional hide glue and a veneer hammer, the process can be intimidating at first.
So, this week, let us know have you ever worked with veneer, and what your thoughts are on it.