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Project by PatrickRN posted 03-04-2016 08:06 PM 1145 views 12 times favorited 20 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Made from QSWO. Finished with TransTint Honey-Amber dye, shellac, Minwax Dark Walnut stain, & Semi-gloss lacquer. Enjoyable straight forward project. To my surprise it turned out square and sets level. It taught me some lessons and increased my confidence.





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#1 posted 03-04-2016 08:29 PM

Love the QSWO!

It looks like the A&C bug has bitten, good work!

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#2 posted 03-04-2016 09:59 PM

Patrick, you did a great job with the table. Would you care to detail your finishing schedule? Thank you!

-- Art

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#3 posted 03-04-2016 10:25 PM

Nice job!

-- Doug...

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#4 posted 03-04-2016 10:43 PM



Patrick, you did a great job with the table. Would you care to detail your finishing schedule? Thank you!

- AandCstyle


I started by sanding to 180 grit. Raised the grain and then light sanded again. Then one coat of TransTint honey amber dye (mixed more to the honey than the amber). I topped that with one coat of clear shellac, allowed to dry, then vey lightly scuff sanded with 180 grit. Then one coat of Minwax dark walnut stain, allowed to set for 5 minutes and the wiped across the grain ( attempting to not remove pigment that has settled into the grain). After dry time I sprayed several coats of semi gloss lacquer from a spray can.
I’m still playing with dye colors and stain color. I’ve really been satisfied with the dye then stain process, and I’m always open to suggestions.
Thanks for asking.
Patrick

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#5 posted 03-05-2016 12:11 AM

Very nice and I just love this style, the cut off corners so really interesting and looks great.

-- There's a hundred ways to do anything, alot depends on the tools at hand.

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#6 posted 03-05-2016 12:22 AM

I like the fact that you made the legs so you see QS figuring on all 4 sides. Having made some of these legs, I find them the hardest part of the project.

Great job!

-- Don, Saginaw Mi

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#7 posted 03-05-2016 12:51 AM

Very eye catching! This is a great looking project, and the stock selection as well as the finish are first rate.

-- Willie, Washington "If You Choose Not To Decide, You Still Have Made a Choice" - Rush

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#8 posted 03-05-2016 01:00 AM

Great looking A & C side table! The design looks nice, and your finish schedule looks authentic, and really pops the ray fleck!

-- Dean

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#9 posted 03-05-2016 01:28 AM

great build on this , love the gran

-- Jesus Is Alright with me

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#10 posted 03-05-2016 01:59 AM

Love that QSWO. Beautiful grain and finish. Out of curiosity what do you pay a board foot for the QSWO. I got a quote from a local guy for 200 brd ft @ $2.50

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#11 posted 03-05-2016 03:48 AM



Love that QSWO. Beautiful grain and finish. Out of curiosity what do you pay a board foot for the QSWO. I got a quote from a local guy for 200 brd ft @ $2.50

- Toolcollector

Not so lucky here in Fort Worth. I paid $6.00 per BF.

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AandCstyle

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#12 posted 03-05-2016 01:24 PM



I started by sanding to 180 grit. Raised the grain and then light sanded again. Then one coat of TransTint honey amber dye (mixed more to the honey than the amber). I topped that with one coat of clear shellac, allowed to dry, then vey lightly scuff sanded with 180 grit. Then one coat of Minwax dark walnut stain, allowed to set for 5 minutes and the wiped across the grain ( attempting to not remove pigment that has settled into the grain). After dry time I sprayed several coats of semi gloss lacquer from a spray can.
I m still playing with dye colors and stain color. I ve really been satisfied with the dye then stain process, and I m always open to suggestions.

Thank you for the info. I was wondering how the stain would work on top of the shellac since it wouldn’t penetrate into the wood that way, but, apparently, it settles into the open grain. I appreciate it. :)

-- Art

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Pointer

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#13 posted 03-05-2016 03:58 PM

Very simple design which makes it an elegant piece. This project turned out very well.

-- Joe - - Laughter is like a windshied wiper, it doesn't stop the rain but allows us to keep going.

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#14 posted 03-05-2016 04:13 PM

Great job!

-- John C. -- "Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the peoples' liberty's teeth." George Washington

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#15 posted 03-05-2016 06:05 PM

Nice table. I love A&C furniture.
BJ

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