|Project by AndyS||posted 03-02-2013 08:36 AM||1438 views||5 times favorited||9 comments|
This is a table I made out of some oak (red I think but not 100% sure) that was milled from a tree cut down on my father-in-laws farm about 10 years ago. The slabs have been stacked and stickered in a pole barn since they were cut.
The two legs on the short side are through dovetails and the leg on the long side is a double housed mortise and tenon. All of the joints were cut by hand and and waste removed with a combination of brace n bit and chisels.
The finish took almost as long as the joinery!! I used pore filler and then sanded everything back and then used water soluble dye to stain it. Then four coats of General Finishes satin poly was added over the course of a week.
The table is joined at the corner with a sliding half lap something or other(not sure what you call it…) and pegged with an oak dowel (drawbored).
I made this a couple of years ago, but just joined here at Lumberjocks. I look forward to learning more about woodworking and drawing inspiration from the site.
-- AndyS, Pendleton, IN, www.victory-crafts.com