|Project by GuitarFreak||posted 05-23-2007 03:55 AM||3037 views||1 time favorited||10 comments|
When we went to select the wood that I wanted for my table we looked at a lot of woods that dad had in the shop. I was looking for something that I’d like in my room. I selected ”Yellow Birch”. It was a nice pink color but it had lots of grain visible. And there was some color variations in the plank.
We were trying to keep to dad’s sub series of ”The uniqueness of Woods”. We wanted all woods with a clear finish and no stains. This table allowed me to do that. The pegs are African Blackwood.
The cutouts were made with the jig shown in dad’s blog
My blog on the construction of this table
This is a picture of all of the shelf supports. Mine is the third one from the bottom
The mortise and tenons for the breadboard ends.
Here are the shelf boards for the six tables. Mine is middle left