|Project by BirdlandCreations||posted 06-10-2008 10:37 PM||1080 views||2 times favorited||7 comments|
Created this in my furniture class this last semester to be a nice table against the wall in a living room or dining room. This side table is made out of a maple top and bottom shelf and cherry legs and apron. This was a fun project to see progress because of the idea with the curves in twists in the legs. I found this technique to be fairly easy to complete by using only a draw knife, spindle sander, and orbital hand sander. The table was cut using a bandsaw by eyed-out measurements. The leg is connected to the bottom shelf using 2 dowels and a screw. The apron is connecting the legs by a mortise-tenon connection.
Going to do a poilished finish soon so wait for pictures on that look NFS
-- Steven Weber Jr., A Mile High @ www.birdlandcreations.net