I decided to go with 4/4 red oak mostly because I like the grain pattern. The front and back will be roughly 3×34.5 and have a mortise in the middle with the ends cut to accept the other portion of the center finger joint. The sides wil...
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The goal was to create a LEGO/Craft Table that our kids would enjoy (ie keep them busy) for years. After brainstorming with my wife, we decided on a few design ideas. 1. The lego table should have permanent LEGO base plates2. The Tabletop shoul...