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Third Project - Table and Chairs

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Blog entry by Cathie Zimmerman posted 02-03-2017 05:03 AM 487 reads 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Thanks to DanK for checking in on me from time to time. Its been a slowwwww project but I’m happy to say it is near completion! I’m pretty sure almost a year. Admittedly I believe I took on more than my skill could handle but WOW did I learn A LOT. My collaborator (the mom of the kids I built it all for) has yet to paint the table and legs but I’m assured she will by tomorrow. The kids have seen it and they are absolutely excited! :)

Giants fans may recognize some colors… lol That is their family’s favorite team. :)

Legs will be red:

Table top will be blue:

The top comes off and reveals the inside divided into four areas for toys. Sorry I didn’t get a pic! But, that will be grey.

Here are the chairs:

According to the shop supervisor, the chairs are acceptable:



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#1 posted 04-15-2017 08:49 AM

Having trouble posting from my phone. Disregard this post please.

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#2 posted 04-15-2017 08:55 AM

I finally finished!!! I made this from directions and templates off of the Wood Whisperers “Woodworkers Fighting Cancer” campaign in a prior year. I thought since it was from a template it would be easy! Admittedly I bit off more than I could chew and had to really learn some basic skills along the way. The kids this was built for get it on Sunday! The greatest thing about that is they don’t care about mistakes. They are just excited to use it and have their own chairs. :)

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