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Mikes Hall Table

Pine base, cherry top, finished with Waterlox (tung oil varnish). Thanks Helen and Richard! Mike Harscher Kenosha, WI

5m2 Hall Table

It was quite a journey for me. This project is timeless. My version is pine with an ash top. Milk paint prepared according to 19th century recipe. I decided to build a drawer a bit differently but now it seems to me that I did some reconsideration ;-) During the construction I made a few "specialized" tools :-) All of Richard's tips are priceless. Thank you very much!

Sofa Table

My side table build. I did more hand sawing than I intended. Broke my bandsaw blade on the 2nd leg & too lazy to go to the store. I confess that I gave my plunge router long meaningful glances while chopping the mortises but remained faithful. The biggest surprise was the how well the 'out of square' legs worked. I thought the frame would turn out wonky or out of square itself, but I had to measure twice at glue up b/c it was dead on. As always, your videos are terrific. I learned a lot and look forward to more.

Ed's table

Poplar base and tiger maple top. The base is painted with General Finishes Milk Paint. The process for finishing the top is complicated. Final topcoats where Target EM6000.