Side Table from a Single Board, Printed Plan
All the hours you put into designing and finishing a project can be compromised if the piece ends up with mismatched boards and chaotic grain. As you build this side table, you’ll learn how Michael Pekovich avoids these hazards by re-sawing and rough-milling the stock for this graceful table from one piece of wood. You’ll end up with a nicely matched tabletop, grain that runs seamlessly from apron to apron, and legs defined by tight, straight grain on every face. Plus, you'll get maximum economy from your lumber pile.
- Extensive full-size and scale drawings
- Complete cutlist
- Step-by-step companion article
|Manufacturer Part Number||11298|