|Project by Jeff Tobert||posted 12-21-2013 04:46 PM||2028 views||12 times favorited||11 comments|
This was a quick and easy little table I made for a charity golf tournament. The biggest challenge was mortising for the aprons at 60 degrees to one another on a round and tapered leg. Like most challenges in woodworking, it just takes the right jig! I first saw the design for this table in Fine Woodworking. The top is made from Oregon big leaf quilted maple and the legs and apron are walnut. The finish on the top is a high gloss pre-catalyzed lacquer.
-- All in or give in.