|Project by Wav||posted 12-17-2014 04:06 PM||701 views||0 times favorited||1 comment|
My granddaughter asked me to make her a Tea Table so we could have a Tea Party.
I wanted it to be unique and stylish. I could not find a set of plans that I liked; so, I dug into my noggin and this is what I came up with.
It is a pedestal table with 4 matching chairs made from Macaca Ubu and Dogwood. The outer frame and center cross pieces are Dogwood, the remainder is Macaca Ubu. The table and chairs are solid wood, no engineered lumber products were used in the project, The pedestal is octagonal and approximately 4 inches in diameter. I made splines rather than cutting tongue and grooves in the 2 inch wide pieces. The wood used was 3/4 inches thick and the splines are 1/4 inch. The pattern is similar to a broken herringbone pattern.
-- Maddog Creations